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CLEO ANNE SAPP , 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

BETTY JANE HARRIMAN 

BUSINESS MANAGER 



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ADMINISTRATION BUILDING— WESCOTT 
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EDUCATION BUILDING 

Walks lead to the Demonstration School and 
Reynolds Hall, end indirectly to the "S, A. B." 



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HISTORY BUILDING, VVESCOTT AND SCIENCE BUILDING 
as viewed from Jefferson Street 



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"New Hall" shakes hands with the Physical Education Building. 
Shaped in the form of an F, it houses 135 girls. Not yet of- 
ficially named "New Hall" has also been called "Magnolia Hall." 



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The design of the Florida State College for Women flag was adopted by the student body in 

convocation on November 28, 1944, following a contest in which several designs were submitted. 

The design officially adopted by the student body was a modification of the design submitted by 
Eunyce Bloodworth Maura. 

The first completed FSCW flag was publicly presented in the parade celebrating the inaugura- 
tion of Governor Millard F. Caldwell on January 2, 1945. It was carried by Geraldine Farnsworth 
in the color guard of the FSCW band, beside the Stars and Stripes and the flag of Florida. 

The flag, with its three golden torches on a background of garnet, is a symbol of the spirit and 
ideals of the college, to be carried and displayed on all occasions of dignity and ceremony. 

It was dedicated by the student body, the alumnae, and the president of the college in a formal 
ceremony in April of 1945. 



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MEMORIAL TO DR. CONRADI 



A few (lays ago, tliere jiassed I'rom anion j"- us a 
great man. 

Dr. Conradi was a scholar. If he had not turned 
aside to administrative work, he could and, I believe 
would, have been known as a scholar of distinction. 
He was a teacher with marked gifts. In addition 
to ripe scholarship, he brought to his teaching the 
essential attributes of good sense, enthusiasm, pro- 
found integrity, and a sincere personal interest in 
his students. He loved to teach and in his early 
years here found time for it. His students of those 
days have told me he was a great teacher. In the 
annals of our State, he will always be known as 
the wise leader, under whose guidance our College 
rose from its modest beginnings to a position of 
national renown. 

On the campus he will be remembered as Presi- 
dent for his insistence upon having a strong, well- 
trained faculty; for the confidence he placed in the 
faculty in leaving them free to do their work with- 
out meddlesome interference; for his readiness to 
give friendly consideration to the problems not only 
of the faculty but also of students; for the seasoned 
wisdom he brought to the solution of those prob- 
lems; for the support he lent to every worthy 
project of faculty or student groups; for his un- 
ceasing emphasis upon the primacy of spiritual 
values in the education of youth; for the vision that 
was his in planning and building a great institution 
of higher learning. 




His attainments of themselves, I think, would 
entitle him to the name "great". But his greatness 
did not essentially consist of them. Rather, it is to 
be found in the personal qualtities which made his 
external accomplishments possible: the qualities 
of mind and heart that composed the character of 
the man. 

He was modest. No one who knew him well would 
have wondered at this. But there was reason for 
wonder. The self-aggrandizement; the seeking for 
outward signs and symbols of power and place; the 
insolence of office; — all these things which appear 
in so many who hold positions of prominence, seemed 
to be entirely foreign to his nature. I can think of 
nothing in his life which had the least savor of 
self-importance or self-display. 

He was understanding and kind. Many of us on 
the faculty, I am sure, would testify gratefully to 
his kindness to us. But, in a special way, it will be 
the thousands of students who have passed through 
these halls that will think of him as a wise and 
kind friend; as one who understood the heart of 
youth, and who sympathized with their hopes and 
ambitions. 

He was patient and courageous. I speak of these to- 
gether because in him, patience and courage seemed to 
be complementary to each other. By patience, I do not 
mean his readiness to listen to complaints which so 
often were only petty. It was something much larger, 
something I can think of only as a willingness to 
wait for truth to emerge from behind the clouds of 
error and wrong. For in the long years of his service 
as President, there were, perhaps inevitably, periods 
of trouble and anxiety, when truth and sometimes 
even personal honor were at stake. At times like 
these, his patience was sublimated into faith in the 
right and the assurance that truth would triumph 
in the end. And his faith gave him the courage to 
stand by the right at any personal cost. 




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Modesty, kindness, patience, courage 
— these, I am persuaded, are elements 
of a noble spirit, and marks of true 
greatness. And Dr. Conradi was a noble 
spirit, and a great man. He lived for 
all that is true and good, and he loved 
everything that is beautiful. As he grew 
older, he became more mellow, more 
gentle, and more sweet in spirit and 
our admiration for him grew into a 
deeply felt reverence. In these latter 
years, his presence about the College 
was a benediction. 

The active part of his life was rich 
and abundant. It was a good life. I 
know he would not have had it any dif- 
ferent from what it was. And as was 
fitting, his life in retirement was peace- 
ful and happy. The days of his years 
were a good deal more than three score 
years and ten. Yet he was spared the 
labor and sorrow which, we are told, 
are the portion of those who remain 
beyond the allotted time. Except for 
the closing days, he was free from 
physical pain. He lived quietly with his 
devoted daughter and the little grand- 
son he adored. He was near the College 
he loved, and to the students and friends 
to whom he had devoted his life. And 
when the end came, it came quickly. He 
passed away without prolonged suffer- 
ing, and with none of the lingering 
which almost certainly would have 
brought anguish to him, and distress to 
those who loved him. And so, his life 
ended as he had lived it, beautifully. 

Nothing is here for tears ... no 

weakness, no contempt, 
Dispraise, or blame, nothing but well 

and fair 
And what may quiet us in a life 

so noble. 

— Dr. Dodd 



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I N MEMORI AM 

WALLACE MORSE TRUE 

April 14, 1907 

November 17, 1944 

A. B. Bowdoin, Ph.D. Harvard 

A gracious gentleman, above reproach in charac- 
ter, sound, serious and thorough in scholarship, a 
conscientious, industrious, earnest and sympathetic 
teacher, who was taken from us before he had made 
the number of friends which was his due, and 
before his true worth could be appreciated. 



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D E D I CAT I O N 

TO DR. GUY L. DIFFENBAUGH: 

. . . Because his sympathetic understanding and 
patience gave him a place in the hearts of all his stu- 
dents, because of his devoted service as Professor of 
English during the past 16 years, because of his newly 
assumed responsibility as Dean of the School of Arts 
and Sciences, because of his continual devotion to the 
advancement of the liberal arts ... we dedicate this 
1945 Flastacowo. 



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DR. GUY L. DIFFENBAUGH 



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CONTENTS 



Page 

Administration and Instruction . . . 15 

Classes: 

Seniors 39 

Juniors . 55 

Sophomores 65 

Freshmen 81 

Features 99 

Panhellenic 107 

Organizations . . . 125 

Honoraries . . . .149 

W.A. A 161 

Activities 179 

"Best Buys" 193 



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MESSAGE FOR FLASTACOWO 

The Class of 1945 graduates in one of the most significant years of the 
world's history. Almost immediately after you entered the College our nation 
was plunged into the World War by the treacherous attack on Pearl Harbor. 
Throughout your college career you have been confronted with problems and 
adjustments incident to the war. You have faced your problems and made 
your adjustments in a manner most praiseworthy. We who remain confidently 
expect you to assume your full part in remaking a world that is ready for your 
contribution. 

Doak S. Campbell 



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BOARD OF 
CONTROL 



Our new governor is Millard Caldwell. 
A resident of Tallahassee, he is 
familiar with F. S. C. W., and has 
her interests in mind. Governor 
Caldwell has the power to appoint 
members of the Board of Control, 
who act as a body under him. 



Members of the Board of Control receive four year appointments. The 
Board is charged with formulating college policy, /. e., deciding in what 
measure college girls shall be accorded such new freedoms as are in line with 
parental wishes; with apportioning state funds for the dormitories and 
colleges; and with advising the executives. 



Members of the Board include 



H. D. Adair, Chairman, Jacksonville 

T. W. Bryant, Lakeland 

N. B. Jordan, Quincy ''"-- 

M. L. Mershon, Miami 

T. T. Scott, Live Oak 



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Faculty Senate 
and Faculty 
Committee 

Student Affairs 



Work of the Faculty Senate of Florida State 
College for Women is to control the curriculum 
of the college. The change to a quarter system 
has been approved by Faculty Senate as a further 
means of assuring F. S. C. W. a high position 
among state universities, and an equally high 
position in standards of scholarship and conduct. 



Appointed by the President of the College to 
act on all legislation passed by either College 
Council or by the Student Senate of College Gov- 



ernment Association is the Faculty Committee on 
Student Affairs. The Committee also serves as 
a reviewing body of the decisions of the student 
Judiciary which recommends full restrictions, 
judiciary probation, C. G. A. probation, or 
withdrawal. 

Olivia N. Dorman, Dean of Students, serves as 
chairman. Committee members include : Florence 
Bethea, Guy L. Diffenbaugh, R. L. Eyman, Lucy 
Lester, Elizabeth Lynn, Coyle E. Moore, Ruth 0. 
Schornherst, Katherine Warren, H. L. Waskom, 
and Pres. Campbell, ex-officio. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 




The '44-'45 Executive Council consisted of: Isabel Rogers, Tedy Parker, 
Alieze Trieste, Ann Carolyn Allison, Martha Jane Brown, Dot Jean Glass, 
Frances Myers, Nancy Parker, Elizabeth Brown and Mary Lucy Mendenhall. 




The student body elects Executive 
Council, the nucleus of our College 
Government Association. The members, 
in accepting positions as student of- 
ficers, become the agents through 
which we students express our opinions 
and interests, and seek new levels of 
maturity under which we may assume 
further responsibility for our conduct. 



ISABEL ROGERS 



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JUDICIARY 




Representatives : Tedy Parker, Chairman, Pat Aiken, Margery Loomis, 
Betty Alday (2nd semester), Dink Ashton, Catherine Barrs, Shirley Duggan 
(1st semester) Sarah Lewis, Betty Schwartz, Elizabeth Brown, Mary Lucy 
Mendenhall, Alieze Treiste, and Isabel Rogers, ex-officio. 



Along with dealing with infractions 
of major college regulations, and with 
such cases as are referred to it from 
lower courts. Judiciary, our highest 
court of justice, serves the student 
body in an equally important manner 
in the emphasis it places on the up- 
holding of our honor code. It keeps 
before us the fact that each individual 
is responsible not only for her own 
actions, but that she is "obligated to 
influence others to live by the letter 
and spirit of the code". 




"TEDY" PARKER 



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SENATE 

AND 
FORUM 



Presiding over Student Senate was Ann Carolyn 
Allison, 1st Vice President of C. G. A. Senate men.- 
bers represent the four classes, and various organi- 
zations on campus. Discussions are open, and alert 
citizens attended Senate regularly and made worth- 
while contributions. The main issue of the year 
concerned the law governing the time at which 
students must return from over-night absences. 

Student Forum, organized for the purpose of 
offering a recognized outlet for student opinion, 
was under the chairmanship of Dot Jean Glass, 3rd. 
Vice President of C. G. A. Students met to discuss 
such topics as the over-night rule, and co-education. 



ANN 
CAROLYN 
ALLISON 




DOT JEAN 

GLASS 



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SOPHOMORE COUNCIL 



Sophomore Council members, selected at the end of their 
freshman year, take the lead in developing and carrying out a 
constructive program of campus activities. They perform daily 
tasks through out the year, but the part they play in Freshman 
Week deserves special mention. Sophomore Council, in addition, 
sponsors Torch Night, a ceremony which means much to the 
whole college. Their advisor for '44-'45 was Martha Jane Brown, 
2nd. Vice President of C. G- A. Their chairman was Jean Cole. 




MARTHA JANE BROWN 





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AUDITING COMMITTEE 

Responsible for auditing the books of all or- 
ganizations which receive funds from the stu- 
dent activity fee is the Auditing Committee. 
This year's chairman was Betty Chazal. Work- 
ing with her were Margaret McCain and 
Jeanne Spivey Updike. 



BUDGETING COMMITTEE 

The Budget Committee is responsible to Col- 
lege Council. To it falls the task of allocating 
the student activity fee to such organizations 
as are named in the C. G. A. constitution. Stu- 
dent chairman, Frances Sparkman, was assisted 
by Grace Sims, Betty Chazal, Sanna Jane 
Taylor, Mary Stallings, Miss Schornherst, Miss 
Richey, and Miss Herndon, 



WAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 

As part of her duties as 3rd. Vice President 
of C. G. A., Dot Jean Glass headed the War 
Activities Committee- Under her direction 
campus organizations sold war saving stamps 
at the Stamp Shack in Wescott, salvage paper 
drives were carried on, and defense movies 
were shown. She was assisted by a committee 
of six. 



SOCIAL STANDARDS COUNCIL 

The Campus Social Standards Council coi;- 
sists of a chairman, Dot Boardman, and 26 
members. The group administers the social 
activities of the campus. Dean Dorman is their 
general advisor. 



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FINANCE COMMITTEE 

The Finance Committee, appointed by the 
Treasurer of C. G. A., assists her in the per- 
formance of her duties. C. G. A. Treasurer was 
Nancy Parker; her committee members, 
Virginia Palmer, and Clarice Trueblood. 



USHER COMMITTEE 

The Usher Committee consisted of 15 mem- 
bers under the chairmanship of Sarah Jane 
McKelvey. The group serves as ushers at 
college functions. 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 

The Handbook Committee helps to edit the 
college handbook for the coming year. Chair- 
man of the "Gold Book" of '45-'46 is Anne 
Powell Arrington. 




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OFF-CAMPUS COMMITTEE 



Off-campus Committee deals with 
minor infractions of rules, and aids in 
the solving of student problems in off- 
campus houses. 



The group is composed of a represen- 
tative from each off-campus house. 
Chairman was Mary Lucy Mendenhall. 




RESIDENCE HALL COMMITTEE 



With the presidents of college dormi- 
tories as members, the Residence Hall 
Committee deals with minor infractions 



of rules which occur in the residence 
halls. 

Students think of it as the Lower 
Court. Elizabeth Brown was chairman. 



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HOUSE 
COUNCILS 



House Councils try cases of 
petty infractions of college reg- 
ulations. The House presidents, 
vice presidents and floor chair- 
men, and Residence Counselors, 
ex-officio, compose the various 
councils. 



JENNIE MURPHREE 
President: Ruth Dismore 



REYNOLDS 

President: Gladys Lester 



BRYAN 

President: Royce Go forth 



LANG, VAN BRUNT, 

COCKERELL 
President: Joyce Clegg 



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HOUSE COUNCILS 



laaoiEaiaGaE&i^ra^raiiiDa 



CAMPUSIDE. HILLSIDE. 
PARKSIDE 

President: Catherine Welch 

BROWARD 

President: Mary Jane Inabit 

GILCHRIST 

President: Peggy Lou Thomas 

LANDIS 

President: Ann Dewey 

"NEW HALL" 
President: Barbara Irving 







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ALIEZE TRIESTE 



ORIENTATION 

This year it was Alieze Trieste, 
Freshman Advisor, and the large, 
efficient group of Freshmen 
Counselors, with the help of Kath- 
erine Warren, Assistant Dean of 
Students, who have acquainted 
the largest group of freshmen in 
the college's history with its 
ideals and traditions, and their 
individual responsibilities as citi- 
zens of Florida State College for 
Women. 

Freshmen Counselors live in the 
freshmen's residence halls. They 
give freely of their time that each 
freshman in their charge may 
become better oriented. 




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students at work in classes 
best represent the academic 
life of F. S. C. W. Through the 
work of the Faculty Senate, the 
college has been assured a 
practical and versatile course 
of study. 

Probably the most typical 
scene at Tally on any week-day 
is the post-office crowd. Go- 
ing to and from classes, a trip 
by the p. o. is a must. 

On this page, students are 
pictured at their work in the 
bacteriology laboratory, and in 
a pottery class- 





One of the most famous person- 
ages on campus is "Oscar" of the 
Anatomy Department. He is pic- 
tured here surrounded by a group 
of his admirers. 

Work of art students is exhibited 
each year. Two art majors are seen 
here at their study. 

Radio is found an interesting 
course offered by the Department 
of Physics. 

Stressing the importance of li- 
brarians in normal and war times, 
library science teachers prepare 
girls for librarianship in Florida 
schools. A library science student 
is shown looking at an exhibit mem- 
bers of the children's literature 
course prepared during the Annual 
Book Week. 




Political science classes were j?iven an 
opportunity this year to visit Dale Mabry 
Air Field. A group is pictured in the War 
Room- 



Armi/ .^ ir l<'iin-c I'liotn 

To be a Florida 
teacher you must 
either practice teach 
or interne. A pros- 
pective teacher is 
shown here with her 
first grade class at 
the "Dem. School". 




Representative of 
the School of Home 
Economics is a cloth- 
ing class. The girls 
are seen here with 
their "Susie's". 







Musicians all ! And we all see evidence 
every day of the excellence of our School 
of Music. 



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DEANS 



Dean Diffenbaugh of the College of 
Arts and Sciences, and head of the De- 
partment of English, Dean Eyman of the 
School of Education, Dean Sandels of the 
School of Home Economics, and Dean 
Kuersteiner of the School of Music are 
F. S. C. W. academic deans. 

Students are free to confer with them 
at any time about their choice of courses, 
and any other curricular difficulties they 
may experience. 




DEAN DIFFENBAUGH 




DEAN EYMAN 




DEAN SANDELS 



DEAN KUERSTEINER 



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DR. ANDREWS 




DEANS 



Administrative deans of the College in- 
clude Elizabeth G. Andrews, Director of 
Personnel and Placement, Olivia N. Dor- 
man, Dean of Students, and head of the 
Classics Department, John G. Kellum, 
Business Manager, and Milton Carouthers, 
Registrar. 

Along M^ith the acadamic deans. Murphy 
Roy Hinson, Director of Graduate Division 
and the President of the College, they 
make up Executive Council, a group which 
supervises all college activities. 



DEAN DORMAN 




MR. KELLUM 



DR. CAROUTHERS 



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DEPARTMENT HEADS 




BEATRK^E WILLIAMS 
Deinirtmcnt of Art 



HERMAN KURZ 

DciKtrtincuf of Bacteriology and Botany 



LELAND J. LEWIS 

Department of Chemistry 




BEULAH BELLE BRILEY 

Department of Convmerce and, Economy 



R. L. GOULDING 
Principal, Demonstration School 



SARAH P. WHITE 

Department of Health Education 




VENILA SHORES 

Department of History, Geography, and 
Political Science 



EMILY P. WILBURN 

Department of Industrial Arts 

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LOUISE RICHARDSON 

Department of Library Science 



DEPARTMENT HEADS 




THOMAS L. WADE 

Drixirtiiiriif of Maflioinities 



ARTHUR SEYMDT'R 

Depnritticiit of Modern Lanfjuagcs 



ANNA FORBES IJDDELT. 

Drijdrtinciit of I'hilosophjf (ind RvVigion 




KATIIERTNE MONTGOMERY 

Depurtntint of Physical Education 



HAROI.I) F. RICHARDS 

Dei)(irt)ii<ril of Physics 



VIOLA (iRAHAM 

Department of J'hysiology 




PAUL F. FINNER 
Department of Psycholoyy 



RAYMOND BELLAMY 

Department of Sociology and 

Social Work 



MARY H. BUFORD 

Department of Speech 



EZDA MAE DEVINEY 
Department of Zo6logy 



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Faculty members as well as stiv 
dents make p. o. visits. Pictured to- 
gether are Dr. Heinlein, psychology 
professor, Dr. Miller, associate pro- 
fessor of philosophy and religion, 
and Mr. Sykora, associate professor 
of music. 



With an amazed expression on her 
face, Dr. Irish, professor of political 
science, was snapped in class. 



Dr. Moore and Dr. Bellamy, pro- 
fessors of sociology and social work, 
are seen in a close-up. 




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Pictured here are the Residence Halls 
Staff, with whom every student is daily 
associated, Dr. Cotterill as he leaves his 
office, teachers of the Physical Education 
Department "after hours", and Miss Lynn, 
physics teacher, and Senior Hall Advisor. 




To the right are two shots 
taken in the faculty dining hall. 
Breakfast is served cafeteria 
style, and teachers are shown 
here going through the line. 
The second picture was taken 
at lunch. 




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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President Betty Lewis 

Vice President Priscilla Gillette 

Secretary Jane Sims 

Treasurer Jean Obee 

Parliamentarian Gayle Sewell 

Athletic Manager Margaret Fernandez 

Anne Ritter 

Janet Pancoast 

Jean Lewis 

Marjorie Morriss 

Marjorie Phil yaw 

First Semester 

Peggie Pemble 

Second Semester 

Chairman of Odd Demonstration .... Edith Hawkins 

Chairman of May Day.. Frankie McGarry 



Senate Representatives. 



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Mrs. SlK'lly Adams 
-■i. B. ill E'lliicdtiiiii 



I'atrieia Aiken 

/{. .S'. (■/( .4;7.s uiiil 
SrU'iiccii 



Julia Alfriend 

li. ,S'. /" Arts anil 
Sciences 



Tlielnia Alvarez 

A. B. in Education 



Betty Ames 

,1. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Faye Anderson 

B. S. in Ednentinn 



Marguerite Arthur Ketty Auglienl)au,t;li Evelyn Ayrault Mary A. Baeheler Raohael Bail Carolyn Bailey 



B. »S'. /';) Arts and 
Sciences 



B. M. in Public B. S. in Arts and A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Arts and H. S. in Coniinerce 

School Music Sciences Sciences Sciences 



Pauline Bailey Cordelia Barclay Catherine Barnes 



A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



A . B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Ann Bartlett 

A. B. in Education 



Marjorie Batey 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Betty Beall 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Muriel Beck 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Anne Bennett 

B. S. in Commerce 



Lenore Benson 

B. S. in Commerce 



Florence Bentley 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Evelyn Berry 
B. S. in Education 



Barbara Bess 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 




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Martha Bishop 
]i. 8. in Commerce 



Frances Blackburn 

B. M. in Public 
School Music 



Mabel Blackburn Dorothy Boardnian 
A. H. ill Ediiiiitioii .1. /{. /*/ Aitx mill 



I>(ii'othy Boliek Mary Helen Booth 



li. »s'. in Home 
Economics 



B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Eleanor Boyles 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Bettie Lou Boynton Lou Rita Bradberry 

B. S. in Arts and B. S. in Commerce 

Sciences 



Ann Brailtiekl 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Elizabeth Brown 

A. B. in Arts anil 
Sciences 



Lniine Brown 
B. S. in Commerce 



Charlotte Brubaker 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Jane Bruns 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Nell Bryant 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Beverly Burhans 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Betty Burnett 



Catherine Buttram 
.1. B. in Education 



Julia Nell Byroni 

B. S. in Arts and 



Sarah Callison 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Ruth Cameron 
A. B. in Education 



Mary Ann Cannon 
B. S. in Commerce 



Mary Caro 

B. 8 .in Arts and 

Sciences 



Mary Carr 

B. ;§. in Arts and 
Sciences 





Jo Ami Carroll 

B. S. hi Arts and 
Sciences 



Elizabeth Cassels 

B. S. in Home 

Economics 



Dorothy Caswell 

A. B. hi Arts and 
Sciences 



Betty Chazal 
B. S. in Commerce 



Betty Chester 
B. S. in Commerce 



Fr.uicis Choate 



Betty Lou Christian Frances Christian Mary F. Clopton 

A. B. in Arts and B. 8. in Arts and B. 8. in Arts and 

Sciences Sciences Sciences 



Day F. Coleman 

B. 8. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Edith Collins 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Mary E. Colton 

A. R. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Lou Cone 



Juanita Cooper 

B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Jean Corry 

B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Mary Jane Costner 
B. 8. Commerce 



Lois Cottrell 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Mildred Crawford 

B. M. in Public 
School Music 



Thelnia Cutrer 
B. S. in Education 



Alta Daniel 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Ann Hays Davis Ann Dewey Thelnia Corpening Eriiia Doudney 

B. 8. in Arts and B. 8. in Commerce Dittenbaujih b. S. in Commerce 

Sciences '*. ''^'. in Commerce 




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Liiinie Draughen 


Gloria Dubns 


Jessie Durden 


Grace Earnest 


Eliz. Eberhardt 


Ruby Ebert 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Edncatiin 


A. B. in Education 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. 8. in Education 


Maxine Edwards 


Elizabeth Ellis 


(iraee Fain 


Martha Tain 


Kathleen Falconer 


Frances Farrior 


B. S. in Arts and 

Sciences 




B. S. in Commerce 


.1. B. in Education 


B. 8. ill Arts and 
Sciences 





Blanche Faver 
B. S. in Commerce 



Marg't Fernandez 
B. 8. in Commerce 



Louise Fernandez Francine Fisher Margaret Fisher 



B. 8. in Arts and 

Sciences 



B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Helen Fletcher 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Elva M. Florrid Florence Fordhani ("arolyn Forehand Aline Fountain 

A. B. in Arts and B. 8. in Education B. 8. in Education 

Sciences 



Bettv Jane Fox Mary Florence Fox 



B. 8. in Arts and 
Scicn ces 



A. B. i>^ A yts and 
Sciences 




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Margaret Fridy 


M 


argaret Friedman 


Margaret Fuller 


Katherine Fntch 


Anne Gaines 


Olive Galloway 


B. S. in Education 




A. B. in Arts and 

Sciences 


B. S. in Home 

Economics 


B. S. in Home 

Economics 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 




Mary Lilla Ganey 




Mary Geiger 


Juanita Gibson 


Priscilla Gillettee 


Helen Glover 


Marjorie Goff 


B. S. ill Home 
Economics 




B. 8. in Home 
Economics 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Dorothy Gresham 


Jeanne GuUette 


June Hadsell 


Geraldine Halpern 


Hester Hammond 


Helen Harper 


B. S. in Commerce 


^1. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. 8. in Commerce 


B. 8. in Education 




Bettie J. Harrinian 


Carolyn Haston 


Edith Hawkins 


Nell Hawkins 


Doris Headley 


Mary Hecht 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in. Home 
Economics 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in Education 




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Lillian Hendricks 
.4. B. in Education 



Virginia Hendry Frances Hines Sarah A. Hirleman Anne Holbrook Betty L. Holland 

B. 8. in Education A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Artn mid A. B. in Eduation 

Sciences Sciences 



Virginia Holmes 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Mary P. Howard 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Onalee Hoxie 
A. B. in Education 



Rosemary Hnbbell 

.1. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Anne Jackson 

J. B. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Roberta Jamison 
A. B. in Education 



Mary Jelks 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Edna Jensen 

A. B. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Dorotby Jinks 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Christine Johnson 

B. 8. in Home 

Economics 



Irene Johnson 
A. B. in Education 



Eugenia Joiner 

B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Reba Jone« 

B. 8. in Home 

Economics 



Betty Jo Kacinski 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Riil)y Karne 

/>'. .S'. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Evelyn Kemp 
B. 8. in Commerce 



Mari;inne Kemj) 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Ililab Kendall 
B. 8. in Commerce 




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Bonne Kindig 


Edith Knight 


Marion Lambath 


Dorothy Lancaster 


Wilma Lauter 


^Martha Lawson 


B. S. in Arts and 

Sciences 


B. S. in Commerce 


B. S. in Commerce 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 




A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


Marjorie Lay 


Jeanne Leech 


Roberta Leonard 


Betty Lewis 


Jean Lewis 


Lydia Lewis 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


-1. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. M. in Puhlic 
School Music 


A. B. in ArtH and 
Scivncci 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. S. in Commerce 



Etliel Limbaugh Alice Lincoln 

A. B. in Education B. S. in Commerce 



Kathryn Lindsey 

B. 8. in Home 
Economies 



Celia Llamas 
A. B. in Arts anc 

Sciences 



Merrill Long 

B. •'^. in Home 
Economics 



Ruth Longerier 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Margery Looniis Betty Jane Lottich Clara Lovitz 



B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



A. B. in Arts anr 
Sciences 



A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Katherine Lyman Eleanor Mahoney 

B. S. in Nursing B. S. in Commerce 



Lee Malakoff 
A. B. in Education 




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J((spi)hiii(> Maninci 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Sarah Mann 
A. B. in Education 



Alden Maples 

B. 8. in Education 



Eleanor Mathorly 

B. S. in, Commerce 



Jnlia Frances May; 

B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 



<;ra<-e ^Me^ran 
/{. S. in Commerce 



Mary Mendenhall 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Rose Messina 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Persis Miles 

B. S. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Margaret Miller 

B. M. in Puhlic 
School Music 



Frances Mills 
B. S. in. Commerce 



Bessie Mitchell 
A. B. in Educatirm 



Opal Moore 

.4. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Rosalie Moore 

A. B. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Elizabeth Morgan 
A. B. in Education 



Margaret Morgan 

B. S. in Home 

Economics 



Marjorie Morris 
A. B. in Education 



Mary F. Morse 

B. S. in, Nursing 



Lillian M]usgrove 

,4. B. ill Arts and 
Sciences 



Marie Myers 



Mary McCann Minna L. McCarthy 



S. jS'. in Home 
Economics 



B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Ceclia McColpin 
B. S. in Commerce 



Mjary McCormack 

B. M. in Public 
School Music 




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Mary MeCorqviedale 


Jean McCuUough 


Eliz. McFarland 


Frances McGarry 


Jnlia McLaurin 


Marjorie McMullen 


B, S. in Commerce 


B. 8. in Commerce 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Home 
Economics 


A 


li. in Arts and 
Sciences 


Mary McRory 


Betty Jean Neel 


Louise Newman 


Doris Nicholson 


Gertrude Noxtine 




Jean Obee 


A. It. in Arts and 
Hcienves 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Commerce 


.4. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A 


J{. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Sylvia U^'don 


Helen Oliver 


Nancy Orleman 


Margaret Owen 


Margie 8ue Oxford 


Betty Page 


}}. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Commerce 


B. S. in Home 
Economics 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A. B. in Education 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


Janet Pancoast 


Eleanor Parker 


Nancy Parker 


Lucille Parrish 


Jacqueline Partin 


Annette Patterson 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Education 


A. B. in Education 


A. B. in Education 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. in Commerce 




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Myra Pattishall 
A. B. in Education 



Marive Pavesse 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



xVnabel Peacock 
B. S. in Commerce 



Marjorie Pease 

B. S. in Home 

Economics 



Peggy Pemble 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Mary Penton 
B. 8. in Commerce 



Dalia Perez 

A . B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Betty I'erry 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Ruth Hood Perry 



Adrieime Petrie 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Jean Phillips Marjorie Philyaw 

B. 8. in Commerce B. 8. in Arts and 



Mary N. Piiiholster Sarah Jane Pitts 



A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



:Margie Piatt 
B. 8 .in Education 



Rnth Plahs 



June Pope 

B. 8. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Irene Putzer 
B. M. in Piano 



Mjiry YAi'/j. Reams 
A. B. in Education 



Mary ly. Reichert 

B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Hazel Reynolds 
.1. B. in Education 



Mary Riggins 
B. 8. in Commerce 



Marguerite Rish 
B. 8. in Home 

Economics 



Anne Ritter 

B. 8. in Arts and 

Sciences 




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Dcn'othy Roberts 
li. S. In Commerce 



Maryaret Roberts 
A. B. in Education 



Margaret Robinson 

B. S. in Commerce 



Isabel Rogers 

A. B. in Arts and 

Sciences 



Bernice Ross 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Helen Ross 
B. S. in Commerce 



Shirley Rubin 

-i. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Mabel Rust 

.1. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Anita Sandusky 
B. 8. in Commerce 



Betty Sanford 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Cleo Sapp 

B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Joyce Satterwhite 

A . B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Bernice Scott 
B. S. in Commerce 



Sue Searcy 

B. S. in Arl.'< tnid 
Sciences 



Bessie Setzer 
B. S. in Commerce 



Gayle Sewell 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Joy Sliepherd Caroline Sherman 



B. S. in Arts and 
Scioices 



Deborah Shunuiker 
A. B. in Education 



(iloria Sliunian 
B. S. in Commerce 



Louise Simpson 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Jane Sims 

B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Joanna Sistrnuk 

B. M. in Public 
Schiiol Music 



Mamie Skinner 




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Margaret L. Smith Frances Sparkman Emma Stevenson, 



B. M. in Piihlir 
Schodl Mimic 



li. M. in Public 
School Music 



B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Sarah Stewart 

n. iSf. in Arts ond 
Sciences 



Olive Stillwell 
H. 8. in Commerce 



Margaret Stout 

B. S. in Home 
Economics 



Sarah Belle Stull Mary Snllenberger Sanna Jane Taylor Jacqnelin Ten Eyck Johnnie K. Thomas Anita Thompson 

B. S. in Education B, S. in Commerce A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Education B. S. in Educutiun B. S. in Commerce 

Sciences 



Mary Louise Thorp Rosemary Thrasher 



B. S. in Arts and 

Sciences 



B. M. in Public 

School Mnsi(^ 



Anne Tisilale 

B. S. in A rts and 

Science 



Dorothy J. Tobias La Verne Toms 

A. B. in Education B. S. in Education 



Mary Jane Towns 

A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 



Alieze Trieste Betty Trooj) Virginia T^ixlike Medora Van Fleet Jean Vanghan Carmen Vazquez 

A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Arts and B. S. in Arts and B. S. in Home 

Sciences Sciences Sciences Economic 




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Janice Vickery 


Fransetta Vinson 


Mary Vogt 


Mary Wlalker 


Mary Ann Waller 


Diana Washbon 


B. 8. in Home 
Economica 


B. S. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. S. (■/) Commerce 


B. S. in Home 
Economic 


.4. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


A. B. in Arts and 
Sciences 


Anna Watkins 


Marian Welch 


Doris Wells 


Mabel Wells 


A. Westmoreland 


Barbara Wheelock 


B. M. in Comfjosition 


B. S. !n Education 


B. 8. in Arts and 
Sciences 


B. 8. in Home 
Economics 




B. 8. in Home 
Economics 



Eliz. Whigham Mildred Williams Helen Willis Margaret Wilson Rita Wilson Mary Lee Withers Alice Witt 
A. B. in Education A. B. in Education 



B. S. in Home 
Economics 



A. B. in Arts and B. 8. in Commerce B. 8. in Commerce 
Sciences 



N. Wittenstein Mary Woodward Sibyl Wool 



Joyce Yongne Jean Yothers Dorothy Yonng Mildred Zindler 



B. S. in Education A. B. in Arts and B. 8. in Home B. S. in Commerce A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Arts and A. B. in Arts and 

Sciences Economics Sciences Sciences Sciences 










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^s 


^ 

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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President Beatrice Weavek 

Vice President Ruth Dismore 

Secretary Jean Kosey 

Treasurer Peggy Kay 

Parliamentarian Sue Searcy 

Athletic Manager Ann Widerquist 

f Margaret Baugh 

Madelyn King 

Etta Eraser 

Kit Land 

Louise Sikes 

Chairman of Even Demonstration ...Corrinne Johnston 
Chairman of Junior Senior Prom ...Betty Jo McAteer 
Chairman of of Junior Minstrels Dorothy Tucker 



Seriate Representatives. 



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Carolyn Abi-ains, Lenora Acree, Joyce Aiitli. Mollie Mae Albritton, Betty Alday, Judith Alexander, Mattie Lou Alford, Ann Carolyn Allison 
Pat Andreason, Elizabeth Ardd, Anne Arrington, Dink Ashton, Helen Atwater, Caroline Avery, Ella Mae Baer, Julia Bailey 

Stella Barrineau, Catherine Barrs, Florence Bartleson, JNIargaret Baugh, Jacqueline Belcher, Betty Bell, Bobble Bell, Sarah Bennett 




Dorothy Binger, Betty Ann Bishop, Ruth Bishop, Martha Nell Booth, Carolyn Bourland, Anne Bower, lOloise Boyles, Carol Bradford 
Barbara Brantley, Ann Bridges, Donna Bridges, Louise Brown, Martha Jane Brown, Theo Brown, Frances Broxon, Judy Burnett 

Pat Butler, Luis Byrd, Angle Cauimarata, Betty Anne Campbell, Elizabeth Campbell, Sadie Campbell, Martha Jane Cannon, Martha Cargill 



[58] 




Dorothea Carpontar, Helen Carson. Margery Carter, Claire Cashen, Angle Castellano, Ann Chillingwortli, INIargaret Clayton, Joyce Clegg 
Margaret Cockrell, Julia Collins, Virginia Collins, Marjorie Cooli, Muriel Copinus, Polly Council, Kathleen Craig, Letitia Croom 

Lilla Crosby, Norma Cuervo, Cliarlotte Curry, Bebe Daniel, Margaret Dannahower, Eileen Davis, Mildred E)avis, Patricia Davis 




Rita Davis, Geneva Deans, Dorothy Dekle, Betty DeVane, Ruth Dismore, Katherine Donohoe, Lois Dossey, Veda Mae DuBois 

Margaret Dugger. Doris Dunaway, Doris Dunn, Ann Durrance. Annette Eddy, Peggy Elliot, Dillian Ergle, Lura Beth Evans 

Erasia Fernandez, Catherine Ficcio, Anne Fitteld, Helen Filledes, Carolyn Flewellen, Betty Jane Folsom, Etta Eraser, Lonnie Friday 



[59] 




Susan Fry, Sara Friscia, Mary Frames Fiilforf], Joyce Gunke, Betty Jo Fussell, Margie Lou Fussell, Jane Gaertner. Helen Gaines 

Catiierine (iallagher, Mardie Garrie, Joan Gentry, Anna Giese, Jean Gifford, Dot Jean Glass, Katlierine (iodfrey, Royce Goforth 

Dora Golden, Doris (irainger, Clare Gray, Eugenia Gregory, Katlierine Gremll, Peggy Grinisley, Shirley Grube, Jo Guthrie 




Emma Jean Hatkle, Dot Haire, Fay Hall, Frances Hall, Edna Hammer, Martlia Uanley, Eddie Sue Harrison, AVilda Hayes 

Claryne Hedgecoth, Mamie Hedgepath, Bette Hemphill, Doris Hill, Frances Hill, Laurie Hill. Patty I^ni Hill, Peggy llines 

Clara Hixon, Barbara Holt, Jane Huduall, Elizabeth Hudson, Bonnie Hunt, Anne Huttou, Barbara Irvin, Katlierine Jackson 



[60] 




Ava J.ines. Betty Sue Jennings, Bei'nice Jolinson, Betty Johnston, Corrinne Johnston. Lucille .lonlon. Ijillian Kennedy, Esther Kerr 

Carolyn King, Madelyn King, Mary Elizabeth Kniglit, Jeanne Koesy, Kit Land. Clarice Langston. Teeny I^angston, Eleanor Law 

Mary Katlierine Lawton. Ituth 1/Engle, Jean Leslie, Gladys Lester, I'oggy IJniroth, .loy Little. Jean Longdon. ;\Iary Lopresti 




Merle Lyda. Jane Lyles, Jean Marani. Betty Marshall. Mary Elizal)eth Marshall. Paula Marshall, Danny Martin. Betty May 

Winifred Meldrim, Irene Mendoza, Lila Merriam, Mary Meyer, Helen Miller, Lola Miller. Audrey IMiner. Joyce Mitchell 

Anna May Monsson, Peggy Morris, Sylvia Moscovitch, Theresa Munroe, Betty Jo McAteer, Margaret McCain, Jessie McCalla 



[61] 




Margaret McCauii, Hariiette McCarter, June McCiudy, Elizabeth McDavid, Doris Mcintosh. Sarah Jane McKelvy, Catherine McICinnon, Doris McLeod 
Alice Neef. Sara Norman. Jane Northen, Joyce Odom, Nan Otto, Madge Overstreet, Uette Parker. Carol Peacock 

Peggy Pearson, Alba Pelaez, Martha Pent, Judy Pepper, Audrey Perry, Eileen Perry, Mary Louise Perry, Maurine Petty 




Alice Phillips. Ruble Plant, Laura Piatt, Sara Polhill, Phyllis Poor, Lois Pregton, Edna Price, Ella Mae Quinby 

Ruth Rabb, Janie Redfearn. Delia Rhodes, Virginia Ricks, Janet Rogers, Gene Ryan, Janice Sanborn, Carolyn Sangster 

Shirley Schwark, Dorothy Scott, Elizabeth Sewell, Joan Shanor, lioso Ellen Sherrod, Leatricc Sliuman, Louise Sikes, Gladys Silverbatt 



[62] 




Grace Simins, Betty Gray Sims, Eugenia Sistrunk, Fay Smith, Gloria Smitii, Jackie Smith, Sheila Smith, Melpomene Smitzes 

Maxiiie Sparkman. Lola Sparkman, lUioda Spechler, Kuth Spiwak, liiith Sprott, Mary Stallinjts. Katheriue Steed, Dorothy Sterling 

Dot Stewart, Jiiauita Stewart, Christine Stone, Josephine Stock, Frances Strickland, Evelyn Stuckey,* Ruth M. Sturrock, Marilyn Sumner 




Helen Tarapani, Ann Tate, Peggy Lou Thomas, Trigg Thompson, Jean Tillman, Mary Tinsley, Mary Torres, Betty Touchton 

Fawn Trawick, Alma Treiman, Margaret Treisback, Dorothy Tucker, Mildred Turner. Bettje Usher, Bolibye Usher, Naomi Vaught 

Alice Walton, Jane Waldo, Beatrice Weaver, Betty Weaver, Patricia Weedou, Ina Weinberger, Catherine Welch, Betty Wells 



[63] 




Frances Wheeler, Nancy I^e Wheeler, Jean Ann White, Anne Widerquist, Sarah Helen Wiggins, Martha Wight, Jo Nell Willunson, Naomi Williams 
Margie Willis, Jean Wilson, Mart Wilson, Margaret Winton, Frances Wyles, Edna Yearty, Ruth Young, Jocelyn Ziegler 



SENIORS 
WITHOUT PICTURES 



Brinson, Frances Owens 
Chalker, Alma 
Chamberlain, Doris 
Chambers, Alice Synder 
Clavel, Gloria 
Fields, Ethel 
Henderson, Ruth Boyd 
Hosford, Elionne 
Hoyt, Betty Ann 
Jardim, Clara 
Kennedy, Nancy Jean 
Kinner, Virginia Ruth 



Knapp, Jeanne 

Levy, Eloise, Goulding 

McAnally, Mary F. 

McCallum, Betty Love 

Shingler, Adele 

Sisk, Dolly Ann 

Steel, Helen 

Teri'y, Johnnie Louise Herring 

Thomas, Mary Lou 

Ward, Lucy Lee 

Young, Janet 



JUNIORS 
WITHOUT PICTURES 



Bridges, Julia 
Cuevas, Ruth 
Currier, Lydia 
Dancy, Mary Eliz 
Dann, Edith Hamrick 
Dugan, Shirley 
Dykes, Lottie May 
Eldridge, Evelyn 
Falcon, Norma 
Farrier, Ann 
Farrior, Hazelita 
Gaither, Anne 
Geiger, Mary Burney 
Glenn, Carolyn 
Glover, Shirley 
Gomez, Carmen 
Gotler, Ina 
Grant, Doris 
Hancock, Lou 
Hathaway, Margaret 
Hendry, Gloria 



Osaacs, Jeanne 
Kay, Peggy 
Kirchof, Mary Jane 
Knepper, Esther 
Krause, Eugenia Argintar 
Leiter, Betty Jane 
Mayhew, Dorothy 
McRae, Joshephine 
Nelson, Helen 
Pong, Mary 
Rice, Ruth 
Sherman, Pat 
Smith, Marianne 
Snyder, Marianne 
Spivey, Maria Jean 
Watford, Mary Lou 
Wentworth, Nellie 
White, Mary 
Wilkins, Dorothea 
Wilson, Lois 



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Wm^jmimmmm 





SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

President 

Vice President 7^' ^^^' ^«^^^ 

Secretary Virginia Palmer 

Treas,.^er___ZllZl ^^^«^« Morrison 

Parlimentaridn t,, ^^ 

Martha At water 
Athletic Manager -.r 

Maxine Wagner 

r Mary White 

I Betty Ann Shiver 

r^j . I ROSETTA CARVER 

C>^.n„„n of So,ko„,ore Hop ^ELL Clark 

Cko.,rn,a„ of Sop„o„,ore Senior Brea.fost Har„,.t 

Kirk 



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Evelyn Abelle, Martha Abbott, Mary Abernatny, Jean Adams, Mayna Adams, Patsy Adams, Doris Agner 

Virginia Ailstock, Roberta Albright, Mae Alexander, Carolyn Allison, Rosalind Almony, June Anderson, Muriana Angell 

Ester Argintar, Jane Arnold, Elizabeth Arnold, Marjorie Atwater, Martha Atwater, Marjorie Austin, Eugenia Avant 

Betty Baechle. Marie Bain, Mayo Baker, Julia Banks, Virginia Bailey, Nancy Barber, Willie Ruth Barfield 

Sherlee Barish, Lucile Barry, Gloria Basila, Charlie Baxter, Eleanor Bayer, Agues Beds-ole. Katbryn Bmton 

Helen Benz, Geneva Bettie, Glennia Betzner, Jayma Betz, Marie Beverly, Nellie Beville, Betty Lou BeviU 

Ellen Bie, Dorothy Bishop, Virginia Black, Ruth Blair, Mary Blasingame, Margaret Boliek, Nadinc Bolin 



[68] 




Mary Booker. Mary Boone, Barbara Booth, Miriam Bootl], Oleta Booth, Sarah Bosvvell, Jiianita Bowles 

Betty Bradley, Eleanor Bragg, Barbara Brittain, Joyce Britton, Betty Brophy, Barbara Broiigh, Heleu Broward 

Eleanor Brown. Claire Brown, Jane Brown, Lucy Brown, Betty Brown, Virginia Brown, ]\Iarjorie Browne 

Ester Brumbaugh, Nelnia Burch, Martha Burko. Marilyn Burch, Katherine Burton. Dorothy Bush, Theresa Cain 

Ouida Cambell, Betty Cannon, Audrey Carr, Tootsie Carte, Barbara Carter, Rosetta Carver, Laura Cason 

Mornia Chalkner. Dorothy Chamberlain, Rachel Chambers. Anna Chance, Delyne Chapman, Dorothy Chappell. Dor. Cherry 

Angelina Claravella, Hilda Clantoa, Marian Clark, Nell Clark, PrisciUa Clark, Marilyn Cleveland, Jean Cole 



[C9] 




Mildred CliMiiiiii. Ami Colviii, Helen Conkling, Theo Conner, Lucille Cooper, Betty Copps, Ann Conlell 
Dui-is Coiry, IMarthii C')\van, .loan Cramer, Olivia Crane, Nell Crawley, Racliel Crotwell, .Terry Cnune 
Shirley Ciuiimings, Mary Cuslcr, Esther Dale, Anne Daniel, Rosetta Darling, Catherine Davis, Hazel Davis 
Ida Davis, Mary Davis, Marian Davis, Sarah Davis, .To Dawkins, Evelyn Deas, Mary Deeknian 
Norma Delegal, Grace DeWolf, May Diamandis, Mary Diamond, Helen Dickinson. Hilda Dodson, Betty I>onally 
Shirley Dorr. Sujette Corminey, Betty Dowd, Frances Duckworth, Marjo Dukes, Edith Dunn, Carol Dunn 
Betty Dupree, Ruth Durrance, Gloria Durrance, Sara Dwoskin, Lois Dyson, Ethel Eassa, Hazel Eddy 



[70] 




Virginia Edwards, Jean Ellis, Sara Ellison, Ila Enzer, Ruth Ervin^ Elaine Esplin, Mary Ellen Evans 
Mary Evans, Aurera Eaedo, Lillian Fagen, Geraldine Farnsworth, Louise Felton, :\rarion Kerrarci, (Jeorgia Fields 
.loy Fleming, Hetty Fletcher, .lean Fliug, Carolyn Floyd, Mary Floyd, Madelyn FbUette, Friscilla Forster 
Phyllis Freeman, Roberta Friedkin, Elinor Fugote, Ann Fuller, Eva (iainey, Tony Gammon. Adelc (iant 
Leonor Garcia, Marie Garcia, Mary Garcia, Betty Gardener, Delores Gardner, Gloria Gautier. Alice (iclian 
Lydia George, Betty Giberson, .Tuliette Gilliam, Margaret Gillis, Florence Ginii. Lita Glasscock, Mary (ilavinno 
Nancy Gleaton, Betsy Golden, Mildred Gollvesky, Betty Goo.le, Jean Graham, Betty Graves, Jean Gray 



[71] 




Mary Greathouse, Virginia Giecn, Marian Gresliam, Sarali Griffin, Irene Gross, Coline Gunn, Emma Gnthery 

Mary Gwynn, Patricia Hael<ett, Rntli Haddox, Damaris llagne, Betsy Ilalin, Dorotliy Ilalin, Faye Hall 

Sarah Hamlin, Carolyn Hanley, I.ina Harding, Margaret Harley, .lean Harper, I.eatrice Hariis, Zelda Hastings 

Calista Hatcher, Marnita Hatchett, Frances Hazard. Harriet Hazard, Charlotte Healey, Beverly Heard, Jean Helms 

Virginia Hendry, Betty Hentz, Emma Herlong, Mercedes Hernandez, Sonya Heyman, .Teanne Hill. Robin Hill 

Shearer Hines, Pat Hitz, .lean Hoffman, Mary Holland, Margery Holm, Bobby Holz, Winifred Hood 

Dozier Hornbeak. Patricia Hourihau, Evelyn Howell, Gene Howell, Helen Hugbson. Wllma Humphrey, Jeau Hunt 



[721 




I'erilie Hunt, Anne Hunter, Aiieliu Ichill, Louice Illingworth, Mary Inabit, Fay Irwin, Barbara Irving 
Frances Isaac, Ernestine Jackson, Mary Jaclfson, Aileen .Tames, Betty .Tanieson, Pauline Janes, Betty Jernigan 
Catherine Johnson, Cathleen Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Shirley Johnson, Iris Johnson, Loyce Johnston, Marianna Jon« 
Ruth Jones, Marjorie Jones, Clarice Journigan, Carolyn Keen, Elaine Keller, Mary Kendall, Esther Kili^atricli 
Sara Kinibro, Joan Kingsbury, Nina Kinsey, Harriett Kirk, Mary Jane Kirst, Beryl Kitchen, Joy Knipc 
Toniike Kobayashe, Nancyanna Koellik.'r, Doris Koon, Frankie Kuebler, Doris Lamb, Jeanette Lane, Margaret Lassiter 
Mary LeUbetter, Betty Lee, Mary Lee, Leila Lee, Dalia Lera, Sarah Lewis, Grace Liudgerg 



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Hiirliai-ii I.indsc.v, :^Iar(liii Useiiby. Joyccline Lloyil, Maria Lufhas, Darley Lochner, Bess Lockliart, Oiidino Lonbardero 

Robt'ita Lovp, Ddi'othy Luke, Frances Lyon, Martha Magazis, Bettie Maier, Estill Malphurs, Ann Mankin 

Barbara Mann, Ruby iMann, Angle Marino, Pauline Marks, Margaret Marsh, Dorothy Marshall, Betsy Martin 

Eugenia Martin, Martha Martin, Mary Martin, Mary Jeane Martin, Ouida Martin, Margaret Maxwell, Katliryn Mazolowaka:^ 

Mary Meeks, Doris Mercer, Lois Meriwether, Marilyn Michel, Dorothy Miller, Marjorle Miller, Pat Millican 

Anita Millikan, Mary Minis, Frances Miner, Eleanor Mizer, Jane Mobley, May Monaco, Betty Money 

Dorothy Moon, Virginia Moor, Katherlne Moore, Marian Moorhend, Emily Morgan, Frances Morgan, Mary Morris 



i 



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Mary Theo Morris, Cbris Morrison, Helen Mosely, Betty Moses, Victoria Mott, Eileen Murinson, Frances :\lyers 
Teresa Myers, Carol McDaniel, Ann McDonald, Nancy MacEdwards, Mary McFadden, Rusalyn :Mc8ee, Kose McLain 
Nancy McLaurin, Betty McLendon, Louise JNicMichael, Nell McNiel, Betty McRae, (Jloria McVey, :Marian Na.larian 
Julia Nesius, Ann Nicliolson, Catherine Nollman, Juanita Nurd, Betty Nomina, Doris Oatley, Edith Olsson 
Doris O'Neill, Corrine Ossinsky, Barbara Owen, Sandy Owen, ,Tune I'adgett, Margaret I'alnier, Virginia Palmer 
Delores Papy, Adreinne Parker, Gladys Parker, ]\Iargaret Parker, Thelma Parker, Elaine Parramore, Helen Parramore 
Penny Patrinely, Margaret Patillo, Dorothy Peacock, Louise Peebles, Elsie Pender, Doris Pepper, Frances Perkins 



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Carol I'crrin, Virginia Pettigrew, Dorothy I'liillips, Betty Phillips, Mae Pickens, Mary Pitt, Betty Jean Poe 

Elizabeth Pooser, Mabel Ruth Pope, Anna Porter, Viva Porter, Marjory Potter, Martha Powers, Erin Poythress 

Elaine Pralher, Dorothy Pratt, Frances Proctor, Carolyn Pruitt, Mary Puglisi, Annie Pullara, Virginia Quigg 

Mary Raines, Copelyn Ramsey, Betty Randall, Ada Rankin, Rita Raspone, Alva Ray, Mary Frances Ray 

Betty Redd, Gloria Reed, Nell Rees, Barbara Rees, .Josephine Reina, Lylian Richards. Ann Richardson 

Marli Uicbardson, Mary Louise Richey, Elizabeth Ricketts, Rosalind Riegle, Martha Bailey. Mary Rivero. Flo Ann Roberts 

Myrtle Robinson, Dusty Rodes. Catherine Rogers, Shirley Rogers, Lola Rose, Joyce Rosenthal, Marguerite Ross 



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Daphne Rowe, Betty Rowe, Catherine Royall. Mary Ruthind. MacRyan. Enid Sandler. Virginia Sapp 

Nicl<y Satoris, Jean Satterfleld, Jean Satterwhite, Aileen Sayers, Marjorie Scanlon. Eleanor Schwieger, Myra Sclninian 

Jacqueline Sells, Billie Eva Shell, Louise C. Sessions, Ann Sessons, Catherine Settles, Margaret Shackelford, Betty Shaw 

Pauline Shelley, Doris Sherman. Betty Ann Shiver, Sarah Shriver, Betty Shouse, Naoniie Shulman, Betty Sims 

Jean Simon, Margaret Simpson, Louise Sims. Phyllis Singer, Betty Jane Singleton, Doris Sloan, Elizahetli Smith 

Evelyn Smith, Gloria Smith. Lorranie Smith. Frances Sneed. Ruth Solomon, Betty Speer. Alice Spiers 

Jean Sponable, Mazine Stacy, Ann Stanbaugh. Barbara Stephens, Shirley Stever, Alive Stiehl, Helen Stone 



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IMiiry Sfoiit, Betty Strickland, .Tune Sulliviin, Virginiii Suniner, Robbie Sweat, Louise Sweeny, Sara Ann Swords 

Alice I'Mlf. Carolyn Taylor. Frances Taylor. Oi'ali Teagle, Mar.i<irie Tei-rill, Clarice Thomas, I'alty Ann Thomas 

Betty .7. Thoniasson, .Jane Thomson, Peggy Lii Thomson, Elizabeth Thomson, L. Thornton, .Tune Thornton, Char. Thorpe 

Martha Tison, Frances Tra/,lei-, .Tane Trent, Henrietta Trezevant, Clarice Truehlood, Evelyn Tsangaris, Ella Nell Tuten 

lOvelyn Utley, Maxine Wagner, Evelyn Walker, Emma Sue Walters, Nancy Wark, Dorothy Watson, Mary Louise Weekley 

Cora r^ea Wells, Dottie \\clls, Anne Westmoreland, Alice Wheeler, Bobbie Whidden, .lean Whigham, Mary Ijouise White 

Ellen Whitman, Barbara Wickham, Dorothy Wiebeek, Clyde Wilder, Margaret Williams, .Jean ^^'illiamson, Cath. Winstced 



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Betsy Wilson, Rosoiiiary Wilson, Ouida \Aiu<_hester, Winifrt-d ^\■inter. Marie Wood, Mar.jorie \Aoodberry, Ina Jo Wrench 
Elizabetb Ziirwello 



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SOPHOMORES WITHOUT PICTURES 



Muriel Aptol 
Clairp Armsti'diig 
Lula Martin Bene 
Mary Elizabeth Blake 
Lucy Anne Breyles 
Betty Brysoa 
Lottie Parker 
Carolyn Patterson 
Clara June Powell 
Carolyn Rankin 
Cladys Reams 
Mary Riherd 
Frances Roberts 
Lola Rose 
Peggy Searcy 
Emily Sheftall 
Constance Smith 
Virginia Smith 
Anne Spooner 



Naiicy Strauss 
Dorothy Toney 
Mar.iorie Eloise Wailley 
Caroline Herman 
Betty Holabird 
Elizabeth Hunter 
Grace Hunter 
Matalie Irving 
Constance Johnson 
Betty Keene 
Ruth France Keller 
Iva Marcile 1-eiter 
Mae Annice Manning 
Bettie Moody 
Jane Morrison 
Betty McLeod 
Helen McNab 
Julianna Neel 
Mary Lou Norwood 



Harriet i'almer 
Ruth Chicoine 
Barbara Dale 
Doris Dallas 
Shirley De Ginther 
Betty Ann Dry 
Isobel DuPree 
Ann Fletcher 
Betty French 
Charlotte Freedman 
Sarah Ellen Glenn 
Jeanette Graham 
Mildred Harper 
Frances Webb 
Eleanor Wilson 
Marguerite Winchester 
Ann Wright 
Jane Yaeger 
Thelma Yonge 



FRESHMEN WITHOUT PICTURES 



Elolse Amnions 
Yolande Arias 
Mary Olive Armistrong 
Frances Ayers 
Virginia Bailey 
Betty Ann Balthrop 
Bettv Jean Barber 
Laura Nell Barfield 
Gloria Barnum 
Virginia Bartee 
Dorothy Bennett 
Marie Bie 
Verla Nadine Bolin 
Kathryn Bolton 
Montrose Booth 
Oveda Boroniei 
Joyce Bowman 
Betty Britton 
Bobby Broxon 
Laura Lee Butler 
Ann Casey 
Lena Fay Chauncey 
Faith Chicoine 
Edwlna Christie 
Dorothy Clayton 
Gussie Cone 
Dorothy Crotte 
Ora Lee Da hi 
Laura Davis 
Pollyana Davis 
Elizabeth DeWitt 
Evelyn Diamond 
Martha Dunagan 
June Dunnavant 
Joy DuParc 
Florence DuRant 
Loisell Edwards 
Mary Edwards 
Lucille Feiden 
Martha Ferguson 
Sara Lou Flowers 
Marcelyne Frank 



Barbara Gaillard 
Lola Gasque 
Christie Gatlin 
Helen Gilliam 
Eula Mae Gilmore 
Elizabeth Harper 
Emile Harper 
Carolyn Hart 
Dorothy Hasbrouck 
Barbara Hendry 
Jean Hinsey 
Jeanette Hollister 
Marguerite Houston 
Dorothy James 
Elizabeth Joyner 
Martha Keiter 
Delia Kennedy 
Gloria Knull 
Nancy Lee Kulin 
Marquita I>ance 
Mar.iorie Lant 
Louise Lee 
Melissa Anne Ijcwis 
Doris Lightscy 
Doris Lorber 
Mildred Luce 
Carlotta Malley 
Ethel Mathews 
Orena Lucille Millinor 
Yvonne Moorhead 
Margaret Morrison 
Grace Myers 
Janice McFarland 
Gladys McNair 
Virginia MacPhorson 
Ann Nafe 
Jean Nellenbogen 
Paula Nesbit 
Naomi Olson 
Leila Ortrcayer 
Edith Partin 
Marilyn Pitts 



Claire Poe 
Aileen Pond 
Josephine Reina 
Lois Richards 
Marli Richardson 
Patricia Ricknian 
Patricia Rider 
Sarah Rigell 
Anne Sconiers 
Geraldine Sconiers 
Helen Sexton 
Jean Shuman 
Mary Skipper 
Barbara Smith 
Catherine Snnth 
Edith Smith 
Helen Smith 
Marna Smith 
Frances Starry 
Margaret Stiles 
Viola Stokes 
Margaret Stone 
Dorothy Stormant 
Ruth Joyce Stoutannre 
Lessie Mae Swindle 
Barbara Tait 
Paula Teagarden 
Jeweldeen 'I'immons 
Marilyn Tobi 
Betty Turner 
Emily LInderwood 
Alice Ussery 
Alpine Walker 
Mary Evelyn Waller 
Mary Whit hurst 
Frances Whitty 
Louise Wilson 
Emmalee Worn 
Dorothy Wynn 
Nola Wynne 



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FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 



President Ida Lee Rentz 

Vice President Betty Kennedy 

Secretary JiMMiE Rogers 

Treasurer Babs McCarthy 

Parlimentarian Jean Sharer 

Athletic Manager Amarene Thompson 

Jo Ann Long 



Senate Representatives. 



Jean Ann Ramsdell 

Martha Peacock 

Beth Fuhrer 

Irma Lee Shepherd 



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iL^^H ^ikj^-illH Aim 

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KoKye Aulicsdii, Yolniida Aires, ])()lly All)rit Icm, Felicia Alessi, Sue Alford, Ann? Allen, I'atriiia Allen 

Sara Amos, Ella Mae Anderson, Alveia Ashe, Cleona Asher, Newlin Ashniore, INIable Ashton. Mary Ann Atkinson 

.lannita AiiK, Ann Avery. Joycelin Ayers, Evelyn Badcock, Twyla Bair, Rose Baisden, Constance Baker 

Edna Baker, l.illina Baker, Dorothy Jean Banks, Esther Eve Barash, Mary Elizabeth Earlier. Theresa B.irfleld, Avonell Barker 

Norma Barniore, Margaret Barnett, Llla Lee Barrington, Martha Bash, Fay Roberts Bass. Myra Jean Bates, Barbara Baxter 

Mary Ellen Beaty, Barbara Ann Beekman, Lillian Lucille Belyeu, Jean Bennett, Sylvia Joy Berkman, Fay J. Bess, Betsy Bird 

Betty R. Bishop, Norma Blackburn, Lillian Blackwelder, Rosalind Blalock, Paulette Blank, Ruthmary Bliss, Adrienne Bluraberg 

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Yvonne Boatwright, Oraleaze Boglicli, Betty Bolles, Harriet Boltin, Janice Ann Booher, Jeanie Bootli, Ftances Bootli 
Lillian Borego, Blanche Bosanquet, Mary Evelyn Boswell, Winifred J. Boucher, Charlotte Bourland, Dorothy Bower, Janet Boyd 
Aileen Boyett, Imogene Boyette, Lois Alda Brack, Mamie Ruth Bradley, Antoinette Brady, Evelyne Breedlove. Emily Bregger 
Velma Brewer, Margaret Bridges, Ruth Browkaw, Mary Elizabeth Brooks, Sue Brophy, Betty Jack Brotchie, Lillian Brown 
Catherine Brown, Katherine Browning, Sarah Myrle Broxson, Geraldine Brumby, Anna Bryce, Jane Bryson, Madge Buckels 
Virginia Budd, Betty Burch, Afargaret Lee Bureh, Betty Butler, Caroline Butler, Gloria Butler, Dorothy Butts 
Ann Campbell, Helen Campbell, Pat Cannon, Frances Cannon, Helen Ruth Cappleman, June Elma Carden, Nell Caru 



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Louise Can-, Tatricia f'arr, Virginia Carr, Martha Carter, Ste lla Ruth Carter, Patricia Castano, Faye Martin Catleilge 

.Joyce Cayce, Mareia Cayson, Betty Jean Cellon, Doris Chaite. Emily Chancey, Virginia Chancey. Mildred Chapman 

Jeannette Chapmnii, Carolyn ('licrry. :\Iad<<e <'. Chevvnins-, Elinor Chisholm, Marjorie Christiansen, Ethel Chyna. Mary CiccoreUo 

Marjorie Clarlv, Xancy Clarlc, Carol Clans, Jacque Clemons, Jayne Close, Phyllis Cole, Shirley Colley 

Elizabeth Collins, Gladys Collins, Vivian Collins, Nancy Colhim, Alice Comstock, Katherine Condurelis, Vera Cone 

Mary Lois Conn, Miriam Pat Conner, Margaret Cook, Mary Cook, Lessie Cooper, Minnie Cooper, Mary Copeland 

Carolyn Cordray, Martha Cordray, Marvis Core, Gertrude Corry, Barbara Covington, Dorothy Cox, Ann Cox 



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Ruth Marie Cox, Betty Jo Craig, Joyce Craig, Shirley Crawford, Delores Creekuiore, Hazel Irene Crol't, Virginia Crogliaii 

Alice Lucille Cromartie, Marion Cross, Dorothy Crowson, Shirley Cummings, Virginia Curtis, Ituby G. Daniel, Tessie Daniel 

Sarah Daugherty, Dorothy Davis, Georgene Davis, Jane Davis, Violet Davis, Marie Davis, Marjorie Davis 

Rosa Lee Davis, Jean Debevoise, Florence DeClercq, Neva Delgado, Rosalie Dell. Mildred De Medici, Aspacia Demetrelis 

Carol Deters, Linda DeVane, Marilyn Dewey, llarriette Ruth Dews, Annie Dias, Margaret L>illey. May Dolsky 

Lora E. Dooley, Jacqueline Dougherty, Jean Douglas, Jackie Douglas, Eryline Douglas, Gloria Douglass, Frances Downing 

Marie Dozier, Doris Dubois, Suzanne Duncan, Barbara Dunsou, Charlane Dykes, Bettie Lee Dyson, Alice Eaddy 



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Maude Eddy, Helen Eduiisloii, Kloieiiee KUner, Frances Eubank, Audrey Evans, Joyce Evans, I'atty Evans 

Marie Everitt, Barbara Fairar, Barbara Fennell, Lilia Fernandez, Nilda Fernandez, Agnes Ferrell, Rose Ferro 

Anne Fielding, Dores Fincher, Dorothy Fincher, Artie Flanders, Bruce Flanders, Olive Fleming, Marinel Fletcher 

Jean Fliess, Marian Floyd, Jacqueline Floyd Jones, Jacqueline Fbsdick, Jeanette Fountain, Dorothy Fouts, Mary Fowler 

Martha Fox, Beverly Frank, Catherine Fridy, Beth Fuhrer, Carolyn Funchese, Peggy Futch, Polly Gage 

Sarah Gallaher, Marion Game, Rubye Ganey, Joyce Gardner, Joyce Farman, Violet Gaskin, Martha Gast 

Elaine Gavigan, Audrey Gelb, Rita Gonzier, Sarah Gilbert, Gloria Gilmore, Florence Givens, Isabel Glass 



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Margaret Glisson, June Glosser, Drucilla Giiaiin, Dorothy Gonzales, Alane Goodman, Edith Goodwin, Bevi^rly (Jordan 

Margie Grace, Hilda Grant, Betty Gray, Roslyn Green, Vivian Green, Edith Grider, Gloria Griffitli 

Duffie Grooyer, Vivian Gnagliardo, Annie Guess, Mary Guest, Jane Gunn, Barbara Guptill, Barbara Ilatkney 

Annette Haire, Eleanor Haire, Erlene Haire, Celleen Hall, Florence Hall, Mary Hallen, Katbleep. Hamilton 

Irma Hammond, Betty Hancock, Jean Hanney, Joani Harris, Myra Harris, Wanda Harris, Pat Harrison 

Patricia Harrison, Martha Hart, Mary Hart, Blanche Harvey, Hellen Hasley, Lily Hatton, Virginia Hattnn 

Louise Hayes, Marion Hays, Nancy Hazard, Phyllis Hazen, Virginia Helif, Peggy Heller, Elizabeth Henderson 



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Beverly Hendon, Emily llerolil, Mary Herring, Maude Hill, Betty Hill, Claire Hill, Helen Hill 

Marion Hill, Martha Hill, Mary Hill, Patricia Hill, Mary Hinson, Elizabeth Hoffman, Ann Holloway 

Catherine Holloway, Jeanne Hollowell, Anne Holton, Hilda Hodd, Barbara Home, Rosemary Hornesby, Patricia Hornot 

Betty Hostetter, Norma Hotard, Jeann Howard, Geraldine Hubert, Gloria Hughes, Christine Hunter, Margaret Hunter 

Montine Ingram, Jane Ivey, Ruth Ivey, Georgie Jaeckel, Carol Johnson, Evelyn Johnson, Vivian Johnson 

Carolyn Jones. Lena Jones, Frances Jordan, Jo Jordan, Estelle Josepher, Rillie Kacinski. Alois Katz 

Carolyn Kelley, Rebecca Kenneday, Betty Kennedy, Margaret Kennedy, Gloria King, Corinne Klcepfer, Doris Knight 



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Jiiiinita Krentzman, Jennie Krol, Enid Krouse, Betty LaBree, Nancy La Grange, Louise Lal^e, Kitty Landress 
Winifred Lane, Barbara Lanford, Zeane Lanier, Bettie Lasliley, Mary Jane Lassiter, Evelyn Lee, Rosemary I>co 
Sylvia Leibovitz, Loie Leitch, Ruth Leonard, Winnie LePard, Frances Leslie, Margaret Leslie, Norma Lewis 
Jean Lieberman, Barbara Lincoln, Betty Liiidernian, Anne Lindsey, Anne Livingstone, Mary Lockard, Betty Lon£ 
Jo Ann Long, Moira Long, Myra Long, Beverly Lott, Kathleen Maddox, Jacljie Magee, Irene Maillis 
Mildred Mann, Annette Maples, Rosemary Marcroux, Jean Mark, Nona Marshall, Ann Martin, Joan Massie 
Lucile Mathews, Jean May, Leah Mayhall, Rose Mayhew, Vera Mayo, Jo Meldrim, Maude Meloy 



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1'lielma MeiTell, Carol Meter, Gloria Miehelson, Ann Mikell, Mary Miller, Josephine Mingoia, Jonuie Mires 

Barbara Moore, Faye Moore, Frances Moore, June Moore, Lylia Moore, Alma Moreno, Beverly Morgan 

Rena Morgan, Ernestine Morris, Marianne :Morris, Mary Morris, Mabel Morrison, Peggy Moses, Betty Mowat 

Dolores Mowery, Lorraine Muller, Pricilla Mullins, Marjorie Munnell, Hellyne Murphy, Betty Murphy, Louise Murwin 

Doris Musselman, Ann Mustaine, Mary McAlpin, Jolinuie McBride, Connie McCall, Ruth McCallister, Barbara McCarthy 

Helen McCullough, Anne MacDonald, Ardis McDonald, Helen McDonald, Marian McEwen, Nancy McFarland, Char. IMcGeachy 

Anne Maclnnes, Betty Mcintosh, Barbara McKinney, Frances MacLoughlin, Eliz. McLean, Etoile McMichael, Billie McMillaa 



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Nancy McMiillen, Lola Macriiorson, Lorothea McRee, Mary Nahoom, Margarette Napier, Lois Narovec. INiarsarct Nasrallah 

Audrey Neilson, Jaiiie NeSmitli, Jachie Nevers, Christine Nevitt, Lois Newark, Lillian Newell, Alice Newell 

Joanne Newman, Mary Nichols, Catherine Nolan, Ruth Norwood, Catherine Oberholtzer, Gerry odenweller, .Jeanne Oldfather 

Margaret Olsen, Jean Olson, Jean O'Steen, Betty Pafford, Lois Palmer, Josephine Parlver, Margaret Parnell 

Sara Parrish, Ellen Parsone, Iris Parsons, Gladys Pate, Ruby Pate, Inez Patterson, Pat Pattishall 

Shirley Patton, Amelia Pavese, Martha Peacock, Juanita Pearce, Frances Pease, Melba IVdrick, Shirley Pelaez 

Joyce Pepper, Martha Perkins, Roberta Perkins, Joyce Petty, Emily Phillips, Mary Don Pierce, Georgene Pihos 



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Madge Pileher, Lucille Pittman, Josie Poppell, Nan Poppell, Esther Parter, Bobble Powers, Mary Pratt 

Ellen Price, Murl Price, Josephine Puglisi, LaFerne Quinn, Louise Rabb, Louise Rampey, .Jean Ramsdell , 

Barbara Randolph, Sarah Raney, Virginia Ransley, Ada Rawls, Winifred Rawls, Mary Ray, Edith Reddick 

Muriel Redicker, Agnes Resser, Veronica Refcofski, Peggy Reid, Phyllis Reindel, Ida Lee Rentz, Mary Reynolds 

Judy Rhodes. Frances Rhodes, Anne Rice, Fannie Richards, Ruby Richbourg, Janice Richey, Betty Riddle 

Frances Riegler, Dorothy Ring, Joy Risley, Anna Rivers, Kathleen Robb, Martha Roberson, Mary Roberts 

Janet Robertson, Merry Robertson, Edith Robinson, Frances Robinson, Helen Robinson, Eloise Roddenberry, Betty Kodcu 



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Anne Kodgei's, Maxine Rodgers, Carolyn Rogeis, Jlmmie Rogers, Lallie Rogers, Laurel Rosenbauni, Jackie Rountree 

Luella Rouse, Judy Saal, Doris Samford, Gay Sanders, Sarah Sanders, Elizabeth Sanderson, Dalia Santos 

Connie Savage. Margaret Savary, Lorilla Sayre, Nora Scagliene, Mary Scarborough, Norma Schaeffner, Elizabeth Schaker 

Miriam Scheinberg, Lorraine Scott, Elaine Segal, Patricia Sellers, Virginia Selman, Leah Setzer, Virginia Sewell 

Jean Sharer, Hazel Sharpe, Evelyn Shea, Irma Lee Shepherd, Mary Jane Sherman, Ellen Shiff, Betty Shirley 

Anne Shull, Arlyne Siegel, Ester Silverman, Annete Simpson, Betty Sinclair, Anne Singleton, Bernice Sloan 

Jacqueline Smith, Doris Smith, Eileen Smith, Franklin Smith, Joy Smith, Juanlta Smith, Marydel Smith 



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Nancy Smith, Nancy Pettit Smith, Fcgiiy Smith, Virginia Smith, Sylvia Sncll. Kathlopii Snider, Doris Snow 

Lois Snydir, Lillie Sorrells, Joan Sparliman, Margaret Sparrow, Edwinia Spcirs. Dorothy Sperry, Betty Stakemlller 

Katliryn Stallings, Peggy Stanaland, Gloria Stapleton, Lynne Starbird, Luna Steadman, Elizabeth Steele, Frances Stephens 

Sally Stephens, Claire St. John, Eloise St. John, Connie St, John, Dorothy Stokes, Eddie Faye Stokes, Josephine Story 

Lorna Story, Charlotte Strickland, Phyllis Strickland, Margaret Stringfellow, Lois Stults, Catherine Sullivan, Kuth Talbot 

Mary Tarr, Lou Taylor, Dayle Taylor, Kathleen Taylor, Louella Taylor, Patricia Tays, Mary Tew 

Tamea Thomas, Mervin Thomas, Amarene Thompson, Anita Tilton, Nancy Tippins, Ann Townsend, Mary Trowbridge 

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Loviiia Tnilwy, Ann Tiukor, Margaret Turnage, ISIartha T'psli nv, Susiinnali Uric, Betty Vandogrift. Leila Van Netta 

Mary Van Netta, Marshall Lee Verniin, Martha Viekers. Dorotliy Vincent, Patricia Wainwright, Tillie Wauden, Jdhanna Walker 

Marjorie Walker, Mary Walker, Marjorie Wallace, Annette Walling, Betty Walsli, Janelle Walter, Marjorie Walton 

Mary Walts, Marilyn Ward, Edith Ware, Mary Ware, Harriet Warnock, Virginia Watford, Beverly Watkins 

Marilyn Watson, Helen Webb, Betty Weintranl), Alice Welch, Peggy Welsh, Gloria Wells, Sonya Wcntz 

Grace Widden, Mary Jo Widden, Jo Ann Whltaker, Wanda Whitaker, Eloise White, Sally Whitehead, Jane Whitfield 

Roberta Whitfield. Marjorie Whitney, Ann Wiggins, Anita Wilkinson, Barbara Williams, Betsy Williams, Frances Williams 



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Joyce Williams, Mildred Williams, Sarah Lee Williams, Tookie Williams, Betty Jo Wilson, Isahelle Wilson, Mary Wilson 
Melissa Wilson, Barbara Winipleberg, Kathryn Witherspoon, Frances Wood, Ellen Wooten, Jane Wooten, Marinel W^orth 
Bettina Wright, Adeline Ynes, Charlotte Young, Florence Young, Sue Yound, Charlotte Younkman, Jeannette Zetrower 
Christine Ziegler 



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I 



WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN 

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 









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Twenty F. S. C. W. seniors ai'e 
chosen each year to appear in the 
annual edition of Who's Who in 
American Universities and Colleges. 
Those chosen show promise of 
future usefulness to business and 
society. They have proved them- 
selves the campus' leaders. 



Representatives: 



Pat Aiken 

Betty R. Aughenbaugh 
Cordelia Barclay 
Dot Boardman 
Betty Lou Boynton 
Elizabeth Brown 
Dot Caswell 
Jean Corry 
Margaret Fridy 
Priscilla Gillette 



Betty Lewis 
Jean Lewis 
Margie Loomis 
Elizabeth McFarland 
Mary L. Mendenhall 
Nancy Parker 
Tedy Parker 
Isabel Rogers 
Cleo Sapp 
Alieze Trieste 



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Cordelia Barclay 

As editor of the Flambeau and in 
many other ways "Corky" has proved 
herself one of the outstanding mem- 
bers of her class. She can see the 
need for reform and has devoted 
untiring energy to secure it. She is 
always ready with a gay smile and 
a witty remark to enliven a party. 
Did you ever see "Corky" make a face 
like a chipmunk? 





'""'""/ ' *V'»*..r, M, , 



Elizabeth Brown 

Elizabeth has a tranquility of beauty 
coupled with tranquility of disposi- 
tion. She is popular with everyone, 
has a date every weekend. As Chair- 
man of Lower Court she impresses 
people with her quiet dignity, strength 
of conviction, and depth of under- 
standing. 



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Margaret Fridy 

There is a fairness in Margaret 
Fridy that shows in everything she 
does. Whether it be as Odd basket- 
ball leader, President of W. A. A., or 
a member of student senate, she is 
always ready to see the other side of 
an issue. Fridy's dry wit will always 
be remembered during gay weekends 
at camp and on Spirogira hayrides. 
Through her personal conduct she has 
made this school a better place. 



Betty Lewis 

During four years Betty has stooa 
at the head of her class. She has 
served her school as First Vice Presi- 
dent of C.G.A., Chairman of the 
Student Legislative Committee, Presi- 
dent of the Senior Class, and is to 
be Permanent President of her Class. 
She has received recognition in "F" 
Club, Alpha Lamba Delta, Spirogira, 
Zeta Phi Eta, Mortar Board, and Phi 
Kappa Phi. Betty has the ability and 
determination to reach any goal for 
which she strives. 



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Margery Loom is 

Margie loves people — all kinds at 
all times. She is never happier than 
when she is doing something for them 
— knitting a pair of socks, helping 
with a difficult assignment, telling 
freshmen about F.S.C.W. She is in- 
dividualistic too; she loves music and 
poetry, both that which she reads and 
that which she writes. She has been 
a firm and gentle trainer for the "F" 
Club goats. Her high conception of 
the honor system and her own genuine 
goodness will be remembered by us all. 



Nancy Parker 

By performing her tasks in a quiet, 
unassuming manner, Nancy has be- 
come an integrated part of this col- 
lege. She has shown great efficiency 
as Treasurer of C.G.A., and her 
scholastic achievement is evidenced 
by membership in Kappa Delta Pi. A 
day student her first three years, she 
represented the group in Student 
Senate and served as their President. 
She has been chosen Permanent Sec- 
retary of the Class of '45. The stu- 
dents elected her their May Queen 
because of beauty of character as well 
as beauty of person. 



Tedy Parker 

Strength is the word that best 
describes Tedy — strength of body as 
well as strength of character. Whether 
it is during a golf game or during a 
judiciary meeting, Tedy always has 
the firm, strong leadership, coupled 
with an understanding heart and a 
sense of humor that has endeared 
her to us all. 



Isabel Rogers 

Initiative interwoven with brillance, 
unlimited willingness to serve her 
school, a quiet dignity that commands 
the respect of all — from freshman to 
senior, her "feebly" wit — this is Isabel 
Rogers. She has made herself a part 
of F.S.C.W. and has made F.S.C.W. 
a part of her. We'll always remember 
the remarkable Isabel — President of 
C.G.A., Mortar Board, and Phi Beta 
Kappa. 





Cleo Sapp 

Cleo reminds us of a dynamo, for 
there is a great deal of power con- 
centrated in this little person. There 
was enough determination and energy 
to publish an annual and keep up a 
Phi Alpha Theta average. Her par- 
ticipation in activities has been 
rewarded by membership in Spirogira 
and Mortar Board. But the Cleo we 
all know and love is the girl who al- 
ways has ready a humorous remark 
tinged with sarcasm, the girl who 
makes us work and keeps our friend- 
ship and respect, the girl whose 
responsibility and leadership we all 
admire. 



Alieze Trieste 

We will always think of Alieze and 
her Freshmen together, because she 
has been an ideal Freshman Advisor. 
She has the ideals and eagerness of 
a freshman as well as the mature 
capability of a senior. Very active 
in "F" Club, Mortar Board, and 
Spirogii'a, and as wearer of the "F" 
Club Emblem, and a member of Phi 
Beta Kappa, Alieze is the popular, 
sincere, all around girl who wins the 
admiration of everyone. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



With i-ush week coming in October this year Pan- 
hellenic was busy until late fall with pledging, initia- 
tion, and parties. Preferential bidding became a 
reality on this campus for the first time. It has 
worked so well that all seem in favor of continuing it. 
The girls are still all out for doing their part in the 
war effort. 




CECELIA McCOLPIN, President 




Sorority 

Alpha Chi Omega 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Zi Delta 
Chi Omega 
Delta Delta Delta 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
Delta Zeta 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Kappa Delta 
Phi Mu 
Pi Beta Phi 
Sigma Kappa 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



President 

Jane Sims 
Jean Corry 
Carolyn Hastings 
Betty Jo Kacinska 
Deedee Knight 
Jessis Durden 
Bessie Setzer 
Cecil McColpin 
Hester Hammond 
Mary Shelley Carr 
Joan Gentry 
Frankie McGarrie 
Gloria Dubois 
Grace McGrain 



Representative 

Jane Gaertner 
Louise Sikes 
Jane Lyles 
Mary Florence Fox 
Jane Hudnall 
Edith Hawkins 
Janie Krause 
June Padgett 
Betty Ames 
Dink Ashton 
Emma Gene Hackel 
Judy Pepper 
Darley Lochner 
Mary Ann Cannon 



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PANHELLENIC 



Sorority 

KAPPA DELTA 
CHI OMEGA 
ALPHA DELTA PI 
DELTA DELTA DELTA 
SIGMA KAPPA 
PI BETA PHI 
DELTA ZETA 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 
ZETA TAU ALPHA 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 
DELTA PHI EPSILON 
ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
ALPHA XI DELTA 
PHI MU 



Installation of 
F.S.C.W. Chapter 

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KAPPA D E LTA 

Founded at Virginia State Normal in 1879 

Kappa Alpha Chapter installed in 1904 

Colors: Green and White, Floiver: White Rose 

Open Motto: "Let us strive for that which is 

honorable, beautiful, and highest." 

Publication: "Angelos" 



ACTIVES 



Maurine Ashton 
Nell Bryant 
Mary Shelley Carr 
Mary Alice Cai'te 
Joan Cramer 
Helen Dickenson 
Angel Fain 
Mary Lilla Ganey 
Sarah Ellen Glenn 
Jeanne Gullette 
Jeanne Gwynne 
Anne Jackson 
Louise Johnson 
Jean Lewis 
Louise McMichael 
Paula Marshall 



Sarah McKelvey 
Mary Lucy Mendenhall 
Marjorie Miller 
Virginia Moor 
Emily Morgan 
Margaret Morgan 
Margie Sue Oxford 
Eleanor Mary Parker 
Ruble Plant 
Edna Price 
Mary Riggins 
Frances Sneed 
Betsy Wilson 
Lois Wilson 
Marjorie Woodbery 
Martha Jean Satterfield 



PLEDGES 



Evelyn Marie Badcock 
Jeannette Chapman 
Nancy Clark 
Betty Jo Craig 
Jeanne Bwynne 
Teddy Hamlin 
Anne Holton 
Mary Hopkins 
Barbara Lindsey 
Ann Mikell 
Catherine Nolan 
Murl Price 



Edith Olsen 
Margaret Olsen 
Norma Schaeffner 
Peggy Reid 
Clara Lou Taylor 
Nancy Wright 
Joan Sparkman 
Edith Collins 
Montaine Ingram 
Betty Logan Hall 
Peggy Grimsley 





Ashton. Maurine 
Babcock. Evelyn Marie 
Carr, Mary SheUoy 
Carte, Mary Alice 



Chapman, .Tpannete 
Clark, Nancy 
Colliius. Kdith 
Craij;, Betty 
Cramer, .loan 



Dickenson, Helen 
Fain, Angel 
Cant'y, Mary Lilla 
• iiillctte, .Teanne 
Grimsley, Peggy 



Gwynnp. .Teanne 
Holland, Bptty 
Holton, Anne 
Ingram, Montaine 
Jackson. Ann 



Lewis. .Tean 
r,i 11(1 soy. Barbara 
^Marshall. Paula 
Mendenhall. Mary Lucy 
Mikell. Ann 



Miller. Marjorie 
Moore. Virginia 
Morgan, Kmily 
Mor:ran, Margaret 
^IcKelvpy, Sarah Jane 



McMieliael. Louise 
Price. Edna 
Olsen. Margaret 
Oxford. Margie Sue 
Parker, Eleanor Mary 



Plant, Rnby 
Schaeffner, Norma 
Nolan. Katherine 
Keid, Peggy 
Riggins, Mary 



Saftertield. Martha Jean 
Price. Murl 
Sneed. Frances 
SoM.'knian, Jean 
Taylor, Clara Lou 



Wilson, Betsy 
Woodberry, Marjorie 



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Adams, Pntsy 
Avnnt. Eugenia 
Bartloson. Florence 
Rntey, Marjorie 
Bishop. Betty Ann 
Bradford, Carol 



Burnett, Betty 
Cannon, Mary Ann 
Carswell, Martha 
Carter, Barbara 
Cashen. Claire 
Chrlstain, Betty Kon 



Clark. Nell 
Collins. Julia 
Cook. Marjorie 
Covington. Barbara 
Davis. Georgene 
Davis, Mary 



Glass, Dot Jean 
Glass, Isabel 
Godfi.Tv. Katherine 
Golden. Betsy 
Hanley. Caroline 
Ilanley, Martha 



Hazard. Harriet 
Hill. Patty Lou 
Holland. Mary Groover 
Hudnall, Jane 
Keen. Carolyn 
Knight, Deedee 



Lake, Louise 
Lee^ Rosemary 
Lewis, Betty 
r^ewis, Sarah 
McC;ill. Connie 
A[cNelI, Nell 



Matherly, Eleanor 
Mays, Julia Frances 
Norman, Sarah 
Parramore, Helen 
Phillips, Emily 
Piatt, Laura 



Rogers, Lallie 
Sparrow. Margaret 
Steed, Katherine 
Steed, Catherine 
Stock, Josephine 
Thorton, June 
Whidden, Barbara 



Wilson, Betty Jo 
Wilson, Isabelle 
Wilson, Melissa 
Wiggins, Sarah Helen 
Wooten, Jane 
Worth, Marinel 



Wench, Ina Jo 




CHI OMEGA 

Founded at Fayetteville, Arkansas, 1895 

Gamma Chapter installed in 1908 

Colors : Cardinal and Straw 

Flower: White Carnation 

Open Motto: Helenic Culture and Christian 

Ideals 

Publication: "Eleusis" 



ACTIVES 



Patsy Adams 
Eugenia Avant 
Florence Bartleson 
Marjorie Batey 
Betty Ann Bishop 
Carol Bradford 
Betty Burnett 
Mary Ann Cannon 
Martha Carswell 
Barbara Carter 
Claire Cashen 
Betty Lou Christian 
Nell Clark 
Julia Collins 
Mary Davis 
Dot Jean Glass 
Katherine Godfrey 
Betsy Golden 
Carolyn Hanley 



Martha Hanley 
Harriet Hazard 
Patty Lou Hill 
Mary Groover Holland 
Jane Hudnall 
Carolyn Keen 
Deedee Knight 
Betty Lewis 
Sarah Lewis 
Eleanor Matherly 
Julia Mays 
Nell McNeil 
Sarah Norman 
Laura Piatt 
Katherine Steed 
June Thornton 
Barbara Whidden 
Sarah Helen Wiggins 
Ina Jo Wench 



PLEDGES 



Barbara Covington 
Georgene Davis 
Isabel Glass 
Louise Lake 
Rosemary Lee 
Connie McCall 
Helen Parramore 
Emily Phillips 



Lallie Rogers 
Margaret Sparrow 
Josephine Stock 
Betty Jo Wilson 
Isabelle Wilson 
Melissa Wilson 
Jane Wooten 
Marinel Worth 



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ALPHA DE LTA P I 

Founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., 

1851 

Iota Chapter installed in 1909 

Colors: Blue and White, Flower: Violet 

Open Motto : "We Live for Each Other" 

Publication: "Adelphean" 

ACTIVES 



Anne Bradfield 
Frances Brinson 
Barbara Brough 
Elizabeth Brown 
Martha Jane Brown 
Jane Bruns 
Betty Ann Campbell 
Doris Corry 
Jean Corry 
Margaret Fridy 
Florence Gene Givens 
Betsy Hahn 
Faye Hall 
Mamie Hedgepath 
Sarah Hirleman 
Gene Howell 
Katherine Jackson 
Harriett Kirk 



Jeanne Leech 
Barbara Mann 
Betty May 
Peggy Morris 
Betty Love McCallum 
Betty Page 
Dorothy Phillips 
Frances Proctor 
Flo Ann Roberts 
Louise Sikes 
Jean Simon 
Dolly Ann Sisk 
Mary Stallings 
Pat Thomas 
Frances Traxler 
Margaret Treisback 
Henrietta Trezevant 
Mary Ann Waller 



PLEDGES 



Virginia Black 
Janet Boyd 
Jane Bryson 
Phyllis Cole 
Sidney Conner 
Lucile Cooper 
Gertrude Corry 
Ann Cox 



Marie Everett 
Ann Fielding 
Catherine Fridy 
Sara Jane Gallaher 
Patty Harrison 
Marquita Lance 
Joan Massie 
Catherine McKinnon 





Black, Virginia 
lioyd, Janet 
r.radliclfj, Anne 
IIrou;,'li, Barbara 
iliown, Klizabt'tli 



Rrowrij Maitlia Jane 
Bruns ,Jane 
Bry.--,ou, Jane 
Canipb.'ll, Betty Ann 
Cole, Phyllis 



Conner, Sidne.v 
Cooper, Lucile 
Coi-ry, Doris 
Corry, Gertrude 
Corry, Jean 



Cox. Anne 
Fielding', Ann 
Friday, Catherine 
Friday, Margaret 
Gallalior, Sara Jane 



Oiyens. Florence Gene 
Ilahn, Betsy 
Hall, Faye 
Harrison, Patty 
Hedgepath, Mamie 



Hirleiuaji. Sarah 
Howell, (Jene 
.lackson, Katherine 
Kirk, Harriot 
I.eecli, Jranne 



Massey, Joan 
May, Betty 
Jlorris, Peggy 
McKinnon, Catherine 
Page, Betty 



Phillips, Dorothy 
Proctor, Frances 
Roberts. Flo Ann 
Sikes, Louise 
Simon, Jean 



St-il lings, Mary 
Thomas, Pat 
1'raxler. Frances 
'I'riesbach, Margaret 
Trezevant, Henrietta 



Waller, Mary Ann 



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Adams. .Iciii 
AUon, I'iil 

Allison. .\nn Canil.vii 
Bailoy, ;Mar.v .Iiilia 
Boutoii, Jo.Vfe 



('a Ivor. IJiisotta 
Collins. Vir.irinia 
Collins. A'ivian 
Cr.-iwtord. Shirk'.v 
linrdcu, .li'ssio 



Evans. Marv Ellen 
Floyd, :\Iary .loan 
Gil lis. Mar.aarot 
(iunn. Colino 
Hawkins, Edith 



Helie, Virginia 
Henderson. Elizabeth 
Hotard. Norma 
Lee. Leila Belle 
L'Engle, lUith 



Loo mis. Margery 
Meriwether. Lois 
Michel, Marilyn 
Morrison, Chris 
Peacock, Carol 



Pepper, Joyce 
Phillips, Betty 
Pbilyaw, Marjorie 
Pileher, Madge 
Prather, Elaine 



Ramsdell, Jean Ann 
Shell, Billie Eva 
Shirley, Betty 
Shiver, Betty Ann 
Shouse, Betty Davis 



Smith. Franklin 
TaJkington, Virginia Q. 
Thompson, Anita 
Thompson, Trigg 
Touchton, Betty 



Walling. Arnette 
Whigham. Elizalicdi 
Whigham. .lean 
White, Jean Ann 
Wight. Martha 



Young, Charlotte 




DELTA DELTA DELTA 

Founded at Boston University, 1888 

Alpha Eta installed in 1916 

Colors: Silver, Gold and Blue, Floiver: Pansy 

Open Motto: "Let Us Steadfastly Love One 

Another" 

Publicatiofi: "The Trident" 



Jean Adams 
Anne Allison 
Mary J. Bailey 
Joyce Benton 
Rosetta Carver 
Virginia Collins 
Jessie Durden 
Mary Ellen Evans 
Margaret Gillis 
Coline Gunn 
Edith Hawkins 
Ruth L'Engle 
Margery Loomis 
Lois Meriwether 
Marilyn Michel 



ACTIVES 

Carol Peacock 
Marjorie Philyaw 
Elaine Prather 
Billie Eva Shell 
Betty Ann Shiver 
Betty Davis Shouse 
Virginia Q. Talkington 
Anita Thompson 
Trigg Thompson 
Betty Touchton 
Elizabeth Whigham 
Jean Whigham 
Mary Kathryn White 
Martha Wight 



PLEDGES 



Patricia Allen 
Vivian Collins 
Shirley Crawford 
Mary Jean Floyd 
Dottie Hasbrouck 
Virginia Helie 
Elizabeth Henderson 
Norma Hotard 
Betty Marshall 
Chris Morrison 
Doris O'Neill 



Joyce Pepper 
Betty Phillips 
Madge Pileher 
Jean Ann Ramsdell 
Betty Shirley 
Franklin Smith 
Arnette Walling 
June Walton 
Jean Ann White 
Charlotte Young 




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SIGMA KAPPA 

Founded at Colby College in 1847 

Omega Chapter installed in 1920 

Colors : Lavender and Maroon, Flower : Violet 

Open Motto : "One heart one way" 

Puhlication: "Triangle" 



ACTIVES 



Miriam Angell 
Martha Bishop 
Donna Bridges 
Kitty Lou Burton 
Hazel Davis 
Gloria Dubus 
Doris Dunaway 
Betty Lea Dupree 
Sara Ellison 
Grace Fain 
Juanita Gibson 
Dotty Hahn 
Faye Hall 

Sarah Isabel Hamlin 
Wilda Hayes 



Pat Howai'd 
Ernestine Jackson 
Alice Lincoln 
Maria Lochas 
Darley Lochner 
Frances Lyon 
Dorothy Marshall 
Teresa Myers 
Virginia Sapp 
Ann Sessoms 
Bernice Scott 
Charlotte Thorpe 
Rosemary Thrasher 
Winifred Winter 



PLEDGES 



Sarah Amos 
Joyce Ayers 
Edna Earl Baker 
Virginia Bailey 
Priscilla Clark 
Alice Marie Comstock 
Dorothy Fouts 
Drucille Gnann 
Betty Lou Jernigan 
Marjorie Jones 



Peggy Maxwell 
June Moore 
Ann McDonald 
Elizabeth McLean 
Dot King 
Edith Rivers 
Elaine Segal 
Mary Douglas Tinsley 
Fawn Trawick 
Dorothy Wiebeck 





A II I (IS, Siirah 
A.\ci-s, Joyce 
I'.nkiT, Edna Earl 
I'.isliop, Martha 
I'.iidges, Donna 



ISiirton. Kittv Lou 
•'lark, Priscilla 
Comstock, Alice 
!>avis. Hazel 
Dubus, Gloria 



Dunawa.v, Doris 
Dupree. Betty Lea 
Ellison, Sarah 
Fain, Grace 

Fouts, Ikirothy 



Gihson. Juanita 
Guann. Drucilla 
Halm. Iiottv 
ll.iil. Faye ■ 
Hamlin, Sarah Isabel 



Hayes, Wilda 
Ho\yard, Pat 
Jackson, Ernestine 
•Ici-nisan. Betty Lou 
Jones, Marjorie 



l-iucoln, Alice 
Lochas, Maria 
Lohner, Darley 
Lyon. Frances 
Angell, Merian 



Marshall. Dorothy 
Maxwell, Peggy 
Moore. June 
."Myers. Teresa 
McDonald, Ann 



:\rcLean, Elizabeth 
liiuK, Dot 
Sapp, "N'irginia 
Scott, Bernice 
Segal, Elaine 



Sessoms. Ann 
Tinsley. Mary Douglas 
Thorpe, Charlotte 
Thrasher, Rosemary 
Wiebeck, Dorothy 



Winter, Winifred 



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Allen. Anil 
Ashor. Clt'ona 
liauKli. Mai-giirct 
Hoohoi-, .laiiico 
Bower, Aiiue 



Brown. Louise 
Br.vci", Anna 
Curtis. A'ii-slinia 
Daniol. Anne 
Davis, I'atrifia 



Davis. Sarah Anne 
Dift'eubaugli. Thelma 
Doudne.v, Ernia 
Fleming, Olive 
Fosdifk, Jaequeliue 



Gaines, Ann 
Hanney, Joan 
Harris, Jeanie 
Heard, Beverly 
Hill, Robin 



Kennedy, Betty 
Kerr, Esther 
Livingston, Anne 
Mahoney. Eleanor 
Tilartin, Martha 



Mizer, Eleanor 
Muuroe, Theresa 
MeGarry, Frances 
Oliver, Helen 
Palmer, Margaret 



Parker, Adrienne 
Pattishall, Patricia 
Pepper, Judy 
Perkins, Marty 
Pitts, Sara Jane 



liice, Anne 
Rogers, Isabel 
St. Johns. Connie 
Sewell, Gayle 
Sewell, Virginia 



Tisdale, Aune 
Tucker, Ann 
Walts, Mary Ann 
Wards, Marilyn 
Wiggins, Ann 



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Founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth, 111., 

1867 

Fla. Beta Chapter installed in 1921 

Colors: Wine and Silver Blue 

Floiver: Wine Carnation 

Publications "The Arrow" 



Yothers, Jean 
Young, Dot 




Barbara Ames 
Margaret Baugh 
Anne Bower 
Louise Brown 
Patricia Davis 
Sarah Anne Davis 
Thelma Diffenbaugh 
Ei'ma Doudney 
Ysobel Dupree 
Anne Gaines 
Beverly Heard 
Robin Hill 
Betty Keene 
Eleanor Mahoney 



Martha Martin 
Eleanor Mizer 
Theresa Munroe 
Frances McGarry 
Helen Oliver 
Margaret Palmer 
Adrienne Parker 
Judy Pepper 
Sarah Jane Pitts 
Isabel Rogers 
Gayle Sewell 
Anne Tisdale 
Jean Yothers 
Dorothy Young 



PLEDGES 



Ann Allen 
Cleona Asher 
Janice Booher 
Anna Bryce 
Virginia Curtis 
Ann Daniel 
Jaqueline Fosdick 
Olive Fleming 
Joan Hanney 
Jeanie Harris 
Betty Kennedy 



Esther Kerr 
Anne Livfngston 
Patricia Pattishall 
Marty Perkins 
Anne Rice 
Virginia Sewell 
Connie St. Johns 
Ann Tucker 
Mary Ann Walts 
Marilyn Ward 
Ann Wiggins 



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D E LTA Z E T A 

Founded at Miami University in 1902 

Alpha Sigma Chapter installed in 1924 

Colors: Old Rose and Vieux Green 

Floiver: Killarney Rose 

Publication: "The Lamp" 



ACTIVES 



Claire Armstrong 
Kathleen Craig 
Sarah Griffin 
Kathleen Johnson 
Esther Kilpatrick 
Celia Llamas 



Bobbie Love 
Cecila McColpin 
Mary Jeanne Martin 
June Padgett 
Bette Parker 



PLEDGES 



Dolly Albritton 
Bette Acheson 
Lillian Blackwelder 
Bette Copps 
Dorothy Costin 
Grace DeWolfe 
Mildred Davis 
Gloria King 
Merrill Long 



Bettie Maier 
Barbara Moore 
Priscilla Mullins 
Anne Singleton 
Eileen Smith 
Lu Ella Taylor 
Dot Vincent 
Alice Walton 
Marilyn Watson 





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Acheson, Bette 
Albritton, DoHy 
Blackwelder, T.illtaii 
I'opps, Betty 



Craig, Kathleen 
Davis, Mildred 
DeWolfe, Grace 
Griffin, Sarah 



Johnson, Kathleen 
King, Gloria 
Kilpatrick, Esther 
I^lainos, Celia 



Long, Merrill 
Love, Roberta 
McColpin, Cecelia 
Maier, Bettie 



Martin, Mary .Tennne 
Moore, Barbara 
MuUin, Priscilla 
Padgett, .Tune 



Parker, Betty 
Singleton, Anne 
Smith, Eileen 
Taylor, Lu Ella 



Vincent, Dot 
Walton, Alice 
Watson, Marilyn 



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Alday. Betty 
Ames, Hetty 
Avery. Ann 
Banks, .luliii Ann 
Barber, Nancy 



Hosenciuet, Rlaiiclii' 
Huotli, .Mary lleliMi 
Bropliy. Betty .lam 
Brown, I^noy 
Brophy, Sue 



Brown, Renee 
Bryon, Julia Nell 
Carr, Louise 
Chillinsworth, Ann 
Dunn, Carol 



Gifford, .Jean 
Graf. Claire 
Hammond, Hester 
Hoffman, Jean 
Davis, Kita 



Malpluirs, Estell 
Moore, Dydia 
Morris, Margie 
Mott, Victoria 
McCaun, Mary 



McCarthy, Barbara 
McEwen, Marion 
McLeod, Doris 
McVey, Gloria 
Oldfather, Jean 



O'Steen, Jean 
Papy, Dolores 
Porter, Ann 
Ray, Mary Alice 
Reams, Mary Rli/.ab.^th 



Rees, Barbara 
Rhodes, Maude 
Savage, Connie 
Singleton, Betty Jane 
Smith, Lorraine 



Snow, Doris 
Thompson, Phy 
Urie, Susannah 
Wagner, Maxine 
Wells, Betty Jean 



KAPPA ALPHA THETA 

Founded at DePauw University in 1870 

Beta Nu Chapter installed in 1924 

Colors: Black and Gold Flower: Pansy 

Publication: "Kappa Alpha Theta" 



Wool, Sybil 




Betty Alday 
Betty Ames 
Julia Ann Banks 
Nancy Barber 
Mary Helen Booth 
Lucy Brown 
Renee Brown 
Julia Nell Bryon 
Ann Chillingworth 
Carol Dunn 
Jean Gifford 
Claire Gray 
Hester Hammond 
Jean Hoffman 
Estell Malphurs 
Mary McCann 
Doris McLeod 



Gloria McVey 
Margie Morris 
Victoria Mott 
Dolores Papy 
Ann Porter 

Mary Elizabeth Reams 
Barbara Rees 
Maude Rhodes 
Betty Jane Singleton 
Lorraine Smith 
Phy Thompson 
Maxine Wagner 
Betty Jean Wells 
Jane Worrill 
Sybil Wool 
Ann Wright 



PLEDGES 



Ann Avery 
Blanche Bosanquet 
Betty June Brophy 
Sue Brophy 
Louise Carr 
Rita Davis 
Barbara McCarthy 
Marion McEwen 



Lydia Moore 
Jean Oldfather 
Jean O'Steen 
Mary Alice Ray 
Connie Savage 
Doris Snow 
Susannah Urie 



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ZETA TAU ALPHA 

Founded at Virginia State Normal in 1893 

Beta Gamma Chapter installed in 1924 

Colors : Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray 

Flower: White Violet 

Open Motto: "Seek the Noblest" 

Publication : "Themis" 



ACTIVITIES 



Martha Abbot 
Mayo Baker 
Cordelia Barclay 
Jacqueline Belcher 
Frances J. Blackburn 
Sarah Boswell 
Mary Ann Cannon 
Pauline Council 
Virginia Edwards 
Ruth Ervin 
Priscilla Forster 
Peggy Friedman 



Priscilla Gillette 
S. Hines 
Ruby Mann 
Grace Megran 
Myra Pattishall 
Mary Nell Pinholster 
Margie Piatt 
Catherine Royall 
Virginia Summer 
Jane Towne 
Sue Walters 
Nancy Lee Wheeler 



PLEDGES 



Bobbie Albright 
Nellie Beville 
Betty Bolles 
Betty Burch 
Mary Evelyn Boswell 
Martha Cowan 
Mary Dechman 
Duffie Groover 
Mary Frances Guest 



Calista Hatcher 
Shearer Hines 
Ardis McDonald 
Doris Musselman 
Joanne Newman 
Mary Nichols 
Dorothy Peacock 
Marydel Smith 
Blanche Weedon 





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Abbott. Martha 
Albiight, Bobbie 
liakor. Mayo 
Hiirflay, Ccjrdclia 
rtclclicr, Jacqiicliiie 



Rlafkbiirn. FVanops 
Btilies, Betty 
Boswell, Mary E. 
Boswell. Sarah 
Burch, Betty 



Council, Pauline 
Cowan, Martha 
Edwards. Virginia 
Ervin. Ruth 
Forester, Priscilla 



Friedman, Peggy 
Gillette. Priscilla 
Oroover, Duffie 
Guest, Mary F. 
Ilateher, Calista 



Ilincs, S. 
Mann, Kul:)y 
Jlegran, Grace 
Musselman, Doris 
McDonald, Ardis 



Newman, Joanne 
Nichols, Mary 
Pattishall, Myra 
Peacocli, Dorothy 
Pinholster, Mary N. 



I'ljilt, Margie 
i;(>.\all. Catherine 
Smith, Marydel 
Summer, Virginia 
Tdwne. .Tane 



Walters, Sue 
Wheeler, Nancy Lee 



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Abriuns. I'ariil.vii 
Alfriend, Julia 
ArriimtDii, Aunt' 
Baolu'lor. Mary Alu 
Barrineau. Stella 



Barriiifrton. I.ila I.eo 
Beall, Betty 
Betz, Jaynia 
Bishop. Kulli 
Booth. Oleta 



Boynton. Betty I-oii 
Budd. Virginia 
Erge. Lillian 
Evans. Patty 
Fox, Betty .lane 



Fox, Martha 
Gaines. Helen 
Granger, Doris 
Haston. Carolyn 
Ilornot, Pat 



Hnnt. Bonnie 
Joiner, Eugenia 
King. JMadelyii 
Knipe. Joy 
Land, Kit 



Lewis, Norma 
Lyles, Jane 
Miller. Helen 
Millican, Patsy 
McAteer. Betty Jo 



McCurdy, June 
McDavid. Eliza lieth 
McKenney, Bart)ara 
Neel, Betty Jean 
Quinby, Ella May 



Quinn, La Fern 
Reindell. Phyllis 
Ricks, Virginia 
Rodgers, Shirley 
Rogers, Catherine 



Rogers, Janet 
Ryan, Marjorie 
Sayers, Aileen 
Sharer, Jean 
Shuman, Gloria 



Shuman. Beatrice 
Sprott, Ruth 
Watklns. Beverly 
Zlegler, Jocelyn 






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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



Founded at Syracuse University, 1904 

Gamma Beta installed in 1925 

Colors: Red, Buff and Green 

Open Motto: "Alpha Gamma Delta" 

PublicatUm: "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly" 



ACTIVES 



Carolyn Abrams 
Julia Alfriend 
Anne Arrington 
Mary Alice Bachelor 
Stella Barrineau 
Betty Beall 
Ruth Bishop 
Oleta Booth 
Betty Lou Boynton 
Lillian Ergle 
Betty Jane Fox 
Helen Gaines 
Doris Granger 
Carolyn Haston 
Bonnie Hunt 
Eugenia Joiner 
Madelyn King 
Joy Knipe 



Kit Land 
Jane Lyles 
Helen Miller 
Betty Jo McAteer 
Elizabeth McDavid 
June McCurdy 
Betty Jean Neel 
Ella May Quinby 
Virginia Ricks 
Shirley Rodgers 
Janet Rogers 
Marjorie Ryan 
Aileen Sayers 
Gloria Shuman 
Leatrice Shuman 
Ruth Sprott 
Jocelyn Ziegler 



PLEDGES 



Lila Lee Barrington 
Jayma Betz 
Virginia Budd 
Patty Evans 
Martha Fox 
Pat Hornot 
Norma Lewis 



Patsy Millican 
Barbara McKinney 
La Fern Quinn 
Phyllis Reindell 
Catherine Rogers 
Jean Sharer 
Beverly Watkins 



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DELTA PHI EPS I LON 



Founded at New York University in 1917 

lota Chapter installed in 1925 

Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Pansy 

Open Motto: "Esse Quam Videri" 
Publication: The Delta Phi Epsilon Triangle 



ACTIVES 



Ester Argintar 
Phyllis Freeman 
Gerry Halpern 
Eugenia Krause 
Clara Lovitz 
Martha Magazis 
Sylvia Moscovitch 



Eileen Murinson 
Joyce Rosenthal 
Bessie Setzer 
Naomi Shulman 
Phyllis Singer 
Ruth Spiwak 



PLEDGES 



Esther Barash 
Sherlee Barash 
Carolyn Cherry 
Dorothy Davis Marie 
Marie Davis 
Sarah Dwoskin 
Florence Ellner 
Mildred Gaivesky 
Rita Genzier 
Alois Katz 



Jeanne Leeberman 
Sylvia Leibovitch 
Pauline Marks 
Betty Faye Moses 
Corrine Ossinsky 
Muriel Rediker 
Leah Setzer 
Arlene Siegal 
Ester Lee Silverman 




Argintar, Ester 
Barash, Esther 
Harnsh, Sherlee 
Cherry, Carolyn 



Davis, Dorothy 
Davis. Marie 
Dwoskin, Sarah 
Kllni-i-, Florence 



Freeman. Phyllis 
Oaivesky, Mildred 
Oendzier. Rita 
Katz, Alois 



Halpern, Gerry 
Lelbernian, .Tean 
Leibovitch, Sylvia 
Lovitz, Clara 



Magazis, ^Martha 
Marks, Pauline 
Moscovitch, Sylvia 
Murinson. Eileen 



Ossinsky, Corrine 
Rediker, Muriel 
Rosenthal, .Toyce 
Setzer, Bessie 



Setzer, Leah 
Shulman, Naomi 
Siegal, Arlene 
Silverman, Esther Lee 



Singer, Phyllis 
Spiwak. Ruth 



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AriioUi. Jane 
Atwiitor. Helen 
At water. Miirtliii 
Austin, Miiijorie 
Bair, Twylu 



Rartlett. Ann 
Williams. Marffnr t 
Bradlierr.v. I,«ni liita 
Brown. Lillian 
Carflen. June 



Custer, ^Marv Lou 
Dew.s, Harriet Ruth 
Dozler. Marie 
Fletcher. Helen 
Fuller, Margaret 



Gnertner. .Tane 
Garris, Mardie 
Graham. Jean Ami 
HetlKeeoth. ("laryene 
Hubbell, Rosemary 



Jones, Marianne 
Kendell, Jeanne 
Law. Eleanor 
Lawton, Mary K. 

Mun.sson. Anna Al.Ty 



Mustaine, Ann 
McCalla, Jessie 
McDonald, Anne 
Peacock. Martha 
Petrie, Adrlenne 



Pope, June 
Potter, Marjorie 
Rampey, Louise 
Reid, Gloria 
Ross, Helen 



Sanborn, Janice 
Sartoris, Nicky 
Smith, Gloria 
Sims, Jane 
Sims^ Louise 



Stillwell. Olive 
Thornton. Laura 
Wells, Doris 
Wells. Gloria 
Wiekham, Barbara 




ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

Founded at DePauw University in 1885 

Beta Eta Chapter installed in 1929 

Colors : Scarlet and Olive Green 

Flower: Red Carnation 

PuhUcation : "The Lyre" 

Open Motto: "Together Let Us Seek the 

Heights" 



ACTIVES 



Jane Arnold 
Helen Atwater 
Martha Atwater 
Marjorie Austin 
Anne Bartlett 
Lou Rita Bradbury 
Doris Chamberlain 
Mary Lou Custer 
Helen Fletcher 
Margaret Fuller 
Jane Gaertner 
Mardie Garris 
Jean Anne Graham 
Claryene Hedgecoth 
Rosemary Hubbell 
Marianne Jones 
Jeanne Kendall 
Eleanor Law 



Mary Katherine Law 
Anne McDonald 
Anna May Monsson 
Adrienne Petrie 
June Pope 
Gloria Sue Reed 
Helen Ross 
Janice Sanborn 
Nicky Sartoris 
Jane Sims 
Louise Sims 
Gloria Smith 
Marianne M. Smith 
Olive Stillwell 
Launa Thornton 
Doris Wells 
Barbara Wiekham 
Margaret Williams 



PLEDGES 



Twyla Bair 
Paulette Blank 
Lillian Brown 
June Garden 
Harriett Ruth Dews 
Marie Dozier 



Jessie McCalla 
Ann Mustaine 
Martha Peacock 
Marjorie Potter 
Louise Rampey 
Gloria Wells 




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ALPHA XI DELTA 

Founded at Lombard College in 1893 

Alpha Omega Chapter established in 1929 

Colors: Double Blue and Gold 

Flower: Pink Killarney Rose 

Publication: The Alpha Xi Delta 



ACTIVES 



Esther Brumbaugh 
Josephine Dawkins 
Mary Florence Fox 



Betty Jo Kacinski 
Mary Cooper Mims 
Juanita Nord 



PLEDGES 



Joyce Bowman 
Nell Hawkins 
Billy Marie Kacinski 
Mary Jane Kirchoff 
Jacqueline Nevers 
Penny Patrinely 



Rose Ellen Sherrod 
Frances Strictland 
Patricia Tays 
Mervin Thomas 
Nancy Tippings 





I'.ruiiiltauKh, Esther 
Jtiitler, Carolyn 
Dawkins, Josephine 



Fox, jNIarj- Florence 
Hawkins, Nell 
Kacinski, Betty Jo 



Kacinski, Billy 
l.ockard, Mary Ann 
;uiins, Mary ('ooyer 



Xevers, Jaciiueline 
Xord, Juanita 
I'atrinely, Penny 



Shcrrocl, Rose Ellen 
Tays, Patricia 
Tiiipings, Nancy 



Thomas, Mervin 



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Atkinson, Mary Ann 
Bayer, Eleanor 
Boatwriglit, Yvonne 
Bridges, Ana 
Broward, Helen 
Brown, .Tane 



Cassels, Elizabeth 
Conner, Patricia 
Daniels, Tess 
Donohoe, Katlierine 
Draughon, Lennic 
lUirranoe, Ann 



Follelte, Madelyn 
Gammon, .lanice 
Garcia, Mary 
Gilliam, .lnli«tte 
Gentr.v, Joanne 
Giberson, Betty .lear 



Goodniiiii, Alene 
Hackle, Emma .lean 
llazai-d. Frances 
Hitz, Pat 
Holmes, Virfiinia 
Hunt, Jean 



Irvin, Barbara 
.Telks, Mary 
Joliusou, Corinne 
Kemp, Marianne 
Kins, Carolyn 
Kingsbury, .loan 



Landlord, Bar'.nira 
Lanier, Zeane 
Lasseter, Margaret 
Lasseter, Mary .Tane 
Leslie, .Teau 
Leslie, Morgarft 



Linderman, Betty J. 
McGee, Kosalyii 
Myers, Frances 
Rhodes, Delia Mae 
.Swords, Sar? Ann 
Sherman, Carol 



Sinclair, Betty Ann 
Smith, Shelia 
Smith, Virginia 
Stewart, Jaunita 
Stewart, Sariili 
Stont, Marginet 



Sweeney, l^ouise 
Taylor, Frances 
Thompson, I'eggy L 
Tillman, .Jean 
Waldo, Jane Garretl 
Warnock, Harriet 



Williams, Betsy M, 




PHI M U 

Founded at Wesleyan College in 1852 

Alpha Epsilon Chapter installed in 1929 

Colors : Rose and White 

Flower: Enchantress Carnation 

Open Motto : "Les soeurs fideles" 

Publication : "Aglaia" 

ACTIVES 



Eleanor Bayer 
Ann Bridges 
Helen Broward 
Jane Brown 
Elizabeth Cassels 
Burma Cox 
Katherine Donohoe 
Ann Durrance 
Linnie Draughon 
Madelyn Follette 
Jannis Gammon 
Mary Garcia 
Joann Gentry 
Betty Jean Giberson 
Juliette Gilliam 
Frances Hazard 
Emma Jean Hackle 
Patricia Hitz 
Virginia Holmes 
Jean Hunt 
Barbara Irvin 



Mary Jelks 
Corinne Johnson 
Marianne Kemp 
Carolyn King 
Joan Kingsbury 
Margaret Lasseter 
Jean Leslie 
Rosalyn McGee 
Francis Myers 
Delia Mae Rhodes 
Carol Sherman 
Sheila Smith 
Juanita Stewart 
Sarah Stewart 
Margaret Stout 
Louise Sweeny 
Sara Ann Swords 
Francis Taylor 
Peggy Lu Thompson 
Jean Tillman 
Jane Garrett Waldo 



PLEDGES 



Mary Ann Atkinson 
Yvonne Boatwright 
Pat Conner 
Tess Daniels 
Barbara Gaillard 
Alene Goodman 
Zeine Lanier 
Barbara Lanford 



Margaret Leslie 
Betty Jane Lassiter 
Betty J. Linderman 
Betty Ann Sinclair 
Virginia Smith 
Dorothy Jane Walden 
Harriet Warnock 
Betsy Mary Williams 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




MEMBERS 

Mary McRory, Chairman 

Margie Morris 

Etta Fraiser 

Mary White 

Irma Lee Shepherd 



The Organizations Committee investigates the 
problems of the extra-curricular organizations on 
campus. Work on the point system continues a 
major undertaking of the committee. 



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THE 1945 




CLEO SAPP 



Armed with paste and pens, flash 
bulbs and smiles, the staff of the Fla- 
stacowo settled down to work early in 
September, From that time on, they 
have given of their time, thought, and 
inspirations freely and diligently to 
make a success of this year's annual. 
Each section was completed with the 
idea of presenting the students with the 
best there is to offer. 




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FLASTACOWO 



Editor Cleo Sapp 

Assistant Editor Virginia Holmes 

Photoyntphers Euoenia Avant 

("OLEEN HaLLANAN 

Mauiua Teetek Lawson 

Adele Shingler 

Fransetta Vinson 

Adiuinistratioii and Instruction Jackie Partin 

Jane AVorrill 

Class Editors „ Janet Rogers 

Ket Land 

Orffanizdtions June Padgett 

Betty Anne Shiver 

Honoraries Margaret Baugh 

I'anlicllenic Mary Florence Fox 

Louise Sims 

Features Betty Beall 

Actiinties Jeanne Kendall 

Cot^U Mary Florence Fox 

Darley Lochner 

Freshmen Assista)its 

Lillian Brown Nan C. Poppell 

Jackie Magee Jean Sharer 

Jackie Nevers Franklin Smith 

Pat Pattisiiall Marilyn Ward 

Business Staff B. J. Haeriman, Business Manager 

Ruth Dismore 

Jean Ann Graham 

Marianne Jones 

Mary Lee IVithers 




BETTY JANE HARRIMAN 




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"Never a dull moment" has for years been the 
motto of the girls of the Florida Flambeau, FSC's 
weekly newspaper. This year has been no exception, 
the staff will wholeheartedly testify, for leisure time 
is a legend to girls whose duty it is to know first 
everything that happens on campus. 

Heading the Flambeau during a stormy year was 
editor-in-chief Cordelia Barclay, whose combination 
of energy and idealism kept Flambeau editorial 
columns worthy of watching. Only slightly second- 
in-command were Rachael Bail and Janet Pancoast, 
associate editors, who completed the editorial trium- 
virate with written — and they hope, read — words of 
wisdom. 

Flambeau week begins when news editors Peggy 
Kay and Ann Gaither post assignments for the re- 
porters, who invariably groan in dismay and protest 
no woman could accomplish so much in a single week. 
Stories are due on Tuesday, when copy editor Janet 
Rogers and her associate Marthe Abbott check punc- 
tuation and style, and managing editor Shirley Rubin, 
assistant editors Barbara Bess, Dorothy Lancaster, 
and Jo Ann Carroll mark and write headlines. 



THE FLORIDA 




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FLAMBEAU 



Thursday is the climax. The Flambeau office is 
jammed with frantic people writing or tracking down 
stories, rushing copy to the Democrat office. Feature 
editor, Judy Pepper, sports editor Charlotte Curry and 
society editors Doris Pepper and Lillian Ergle call 
down curses on delinquent reporters. Columnists 
Muriel Copinus, Betty Weaver, and Lois Byrd rush 
in and out. Business manager Marianne Smith and 
assistant Shirley Rodgers check the advertising their 
staff has rounded up earlier in the week. Art editors 
Frances Hines and Betty Morgan check their weekly 
cartoon. 

The last scene is set in the Daily Democrat office, 
where the Flambeauites descend in mass to begin 
whirlwind activity. Late stories pour in, front page 
makeup is plotted, and editors perspire over tardy 
editorials. At 10:45 only four editors remain to take 
advantage of midnight permission, to read late proof, 
check all details, and make the last-minute dash to 
Bryan. 

The Flambeau is posted on Friday — and then the 
work starts all over again. 



MARIANNE SMITH 




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DISTAFF 



MILDRED 
ZINDLER 



ELIZABETH 
MacFARLAND 




With the aid of an iinderstandins" Budget 
Committee, a literate facnhy, and a rallying 
group of editors, the Distaff was able to put 
out three issues this year in spite of the war. 

War-time printing costs made a uniform 
type and an absence of expensive illustra- 
tions advisable, but literary standards re- 
mained unchanged. The staff did its best to 
follow the Distaff's tradition of printing only 
the best college writing. 

Editor Elizabeth MacFarlanu 

Co-Editor MILDRED ZiNDLER 

Associate Editors Winifred Meldrim 

Marianne Snyder 

Assistant Editors Shirley Glover 

Jeanne Isaacs 

Peggy Lu Thomson 

Copy Editors Sarah Callison, Ellen Whitman 

Freshman Assistants ,.Ann Fielding 

Edith Grider 
Claire St. John 

A rt Editor Gertrude Noxtine 

Photographij Martha Teeter Lawson 

Business Manager May Alexander 

Advertising Manager B. J. McLeod 

Assistant BETTY Ann Bradley 




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DAY STUDENTS 



"Daylight Seeker of Knowledge," you leave us by nite! We know where you stay by day, for we see your 
evidence in the most obvious places — that special room in the alum, made comfortable by your 
relaxing ways, littered with your belongings, made cheerful by your exhilarating con- 
versations; at campus meetings and gatherings, participating fully in college 
government; on bulletin boards and notices, showing your hard work 
and participation. Yes, day student, you are a great part of 
us; you are our link to the "outside" world. 



OFFICERS 

President Mary B. Geiger 

Vice President NiNA Kinsey 

Secretary Rose Almony 

Treasurer Mary Douglas Tinsley 

Representative to Seriate Frances H. Wheeler 



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AVitli an increased enrollnient and added responsibility on its shoulders, Senior Hall began another year with 
bigger and Itrighter prospects in view. Betty IjOu Boynton headed the group as its chairman and Marguerite Rish, 
Secretary-Treasurer, worked with her. 

Senior Hall represents girls who have proved themselves true citizens 
of our college by their willing participation in school government and by 
their efforts done for campus betterment. This year they toured the dormi- 
tories collecting contributions for the annual Red Cross Drive. By sacri- 
ficing some of their much needed space and crowding just a little, the 
seniors of Senior Hall invited as their guests students who were waiting 
for the completion of New Hall. 

Miss Elizabeth Lynn was the capalile advisor of the girls and devoted herself to establishing a friendly and 
home-like atmosjihere on the hall- 



SENIOR HALL 



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Pat Aiken 
Marguerite Arthur 
Betty Aughenbaugh 
Carolyn Bailey 
Pauline Bailey 
Gathering Barnes 
Muriel Beck 
Evelyn Berry 
Frances Blackburn 
Eleanor Boyles 
Betty Lou Boynton 
Elizabeth Brown 
Renee Brown 
Catherine Burttram 
Mabel Blackburn 
Dorothy Boardman 
Shelly Clayton 
Thelma Cutrer 
Sarah Callison 
Ruth Cameron 
Jo Ann Carroll 
Dorothy Caswell 
Betty Chazal 
Gloria Clavel 
Day F. Coleman 
Mary E. Colton 
Alta Daniel 
Anne H. Davis 
Anne Dewey 
Grace Earnest 
Carolyn Forehand 
Margaret Fridy 
Elva M. Florrid 
Priscilla Gillette 
Helen Glover 
Betty J. Harriman 



Lillian Hendricks 
Anne Holbrook 
Virginia Holmes 
Doris Headley 
Edna Jensen 
Dorothy Jinks 
Irene Johnson 
Reba Jones 
Bonnie Kindig 
Ruby Karns 
Jean Kendall 
Marian Lambeth 
Roberta Leonard 
Jean Lewis 
Ethyl Limbaugh 
Kathryn Lindsey 
Margery Loomis 
Elizabeth Lotich 
Mary McCann 
Minna Lee McCarthy 
Mary McCormick 
Elizabeth MacFarland 
Margery McMullen 
Mary McRory 
Persis Miles 
Margaret R. Miller 
Marjorie Morris 
Lillian Musgrove 
Sylvia Ogden 
Margaret Owen 
Nancy Parker 
Tedy Parker 
Marjorie Pease 
Jean Phillips 
Jackie Partin 
Jean Patterson 



Marie Pavesek 
Marjorie Philyaw 
Margie Piatt 
Irene Putzer 
Peggy Pemble 
Nancy Orleman 
Hazel Reynolds 
Marguerite Rish 
Margaret Robinson 
Isabel Rogers 
Betty San ford 
Cleo Sapp 
Carolyn Sherman 
Frances Sparkman 
Emma Stevenson 
Sarah Stewart 
Margaret Stout 
Sanna J. Taylor 
Deborah Shumaker 
Joanna Sistrunk 
Margaret Smith 
Dot Tobias 
LaVerne Toms 
Jane Towne 
Alieze Trieste 
Elizabeth Troop 
Virginia Uplike 
Fransetta Vinson 
Diana Washbon 
Anna Watkins 
Barbara Wheelock 
Mary Lee Withers 
Mary Woodward 
Mable Wells 
Mildred Williams 
Joyce Yongue 




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COTILLION CLUB 




MEMBERS 

Betty Alday 
Betty Ames 
Dink Ashton 
Carol Bradford 
Betty Anne Bradley 
Betty Lou Christian 
Harriet Hazard 
Martha Martin 
Marilyn Michel 
Chris Morrison 
Mary Louise Perry 
Betty Jane Singleton 



Dolly Anne Sisk 
Olive Stillwell 
Anita Thompson 

TAPS 

Cleona Asher 
Janice Booker 
Lillian Brown 
Carolyn Butler 
Claire Cashen 
Carol Claus 
Nancy Gleation 
Evelyn Howell 



Betty Keene 
Anne Mikel 
Marion McEwen 
Margaret Morgan 
Jean Oldfather 
Mary Alice Rey 
Doris Snow 
Franklyn Smith 
Marilyn Ward 
Sally Whitehead 
Mot Wight 
Betty Wisenbaker 
Jane Wooten 
Ina Jo Wrench 



Twirling skirts, twinkling feet, twisted steps, and tinkling laughter — here 
is pictured a member of Cotillion. The Cotillion Club, boasting the best dancers 
at FSC, is hostess at the rec in the alum and at soldier parties. It sponsors 
dancing classes during the year in which its members polish up the unsure 
beginners in their dancing. 



OFFICERS 

President Betty Lou Christian 

Vive President Betty Ames 

Secretary Judy Pepper 

Treasurer Anita Thompson 

Dance Chairman Mary Louise Perry 




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VILLAGE VAMPS 



CUipid's j^rotejies, the Village Van'ips, ai-e the most vivacious heart- 
breakers oil the FSC campus. Victorious vamping is their ideal as is 
expressed by the motto. "Dig', sister, dig !" They are the gals who are 
the first to get their men and the last to keep them! 



OFFICERS 

President Anne Jackson Secretary Beverly Heard 

Vice President Betsy Golden Treasurer..^ Henrietta Trezevant 

Reporter Nell McNeil 





Joan Cramer 
Sara Ann Davis 
Isabelle Dupree 
Betsy Golden 
Beverly Heard 
Ann Jackson 



MEMBERS 

Harriett Kerk 
Deedee Knight 
Jeanne Luck 
Frankie McGarry 
Nell McNeil 
Julia Mays 



Frances Sneed 
June Thornton 
Henrietta Trezevant 
Mary Ann Waller 
Edwina Wiggins 



Barbara Brough 
Nancy Clark 
Sara Jane Gallagher 
Joan Hanney 
Jean Harris 



TAPS 

Ann Holton 
Montine Ingram 
Carolyn Keene 
Marquita Lance 
Joan Massey 



Norma Schaeffner 
Margaret Sparrow 
Betty Jo Wilson 



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GLEE CLUB 



The Glee Club of F.S.C.W. has sung its way in to the hearts of its many audiences. 
Entertaining the boys of Camp Gordon Johnston has been a project of the girls who make 
up this group. They have held their annual Christmas and Spring concerts, sung at the Legis- 
lature Banquet, entertained during the Oratorical Contest, and given outstanding performances 
during Music Week. Miss Etta Robertson is the director and she selects the members of the 
Club from those who attend tryouts. 

OFFICERS 

President MARGARET SMITH 

Vice President Beatrice Weaver 

Secretary-Treasurer Rosemary Thrasher 

Business Manager Betty Aughenbaugh 



MEMBERS 

First Sopranos 

Rosemary Thrasher 
Anna Watkins 
Alice Wheeler 
Shirley Glover 
Mary Jane Kirst 
Mary Theo Morris 
Twyla Bair 
Anne Lindsey 
Mary Lois Conn 
Jacquie Belcher 
Dalia Sontos 
Doris O'Neill 

Second Sopranos 

Nancy Parker 
Margaret Smith 
Joyce Funke 
Roberta Leonard 
Betty Aughenbaugh 
Frances Blackburn 
Anne Daniel 
Lois Meriwether 
Jane Gaertner 



Alice Phillips 
Mary Hart 
Mariann Angell 
Artie Flanders 
Anne Bower 
Virginia Sewell 
Doris Lamb 
Priscilla Clark 
Wilda Hayes 
Mary Louise Morris 
Sarah Shriver 
Jonnie Mires 
Ann Mustaine 
Catherine Lewis 

First Altos 

Mary McCormack 
Louise Wetzel Newman 
Caryne Hedgecoth 
Jackie Ten Eyck 
Lois Cottrell 
Mildred Crawford 
Elva Florrid 
Daphne Rowe 
Marjorie Jones 
Peggy Pearson 
Dozier Hornbeck 



Marna Smith 
Doris Mussleman 
Lois Watkins 
Sarah Lee Williams 
Laura Cason 
Barbara Fennel 
Jacqueline Fosdick 
Evelyn Johnson 
Fawn Trawick 
Elizabeth Martin 
Hilda Dodson 

Second Altos 

Annabel Bradfield 
Edna Price 
Ruth Ervin 
Helen Banz 
Madge Pilcher 
Murl Price 
Yvonne Moorhead 
Calista Hatcher 
Martha Cowan 
Barbara Bi'ough 
Mary Nichols 
Jeannette Chapman 
Joyce Carlton 
Melba Smitzes 




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ORCHESTRA 



MEMBERS 

First Violms 
Rachel Crotwell, 

Concert Master 

Lillian Baker 
Frances Blackburn 
Joyce Funke 
Joy Little 
Annabelle Redwine 
Marna Smith 
Anne Widerquist 

Second Violins 

Virginia Ailstock 
Montrose Booth 
Katherine Gremli 
Eleanor Hair 
Erline Hair 
Marian Najarian 
Shirley Paleaz 



Gladys White 
Frances Williams 
Ellen Wooten 

Viola 

Frances Sparkman 

Violoncellos 

Patricia Hill 
Annette Hair 

Dotible Bass 
Margaret L. Smith 

Flutes 

Joyce Airth 
Marilyn Dewey 

Clarinets 

Frances Duckworth 
Anne McDonald 



Bassoons 
Mary Marshall 
Geraldine Farnsworth 

Saxophone 
Sidney Conner 

Trumpets 

Betty Aughenbaugh 
Carolyn Bailey 
Myra Bates 

French Horn 
Katherine Lewis 

Timpani 
Christine Morrison 

Harp 

Mary Reeder 

Cym bals 
Doris O'Neil 



The house lights dim, the curtain parts slowly, and a hush falls over the 
audience — the impressive back of Director Walter C. Cowles comes into sight, 
and the F.S.C.W. Symphony Orchestra begins its performance. 

"Music hath charms to sooth a savage breast," is the universal theme of 
all lovers of fine music. The cherished notes of Schubert, Handel and Grieg 
are woven into pleasing patterns of harmony by the members of the orchestra. 

The students of F.S.C.W. ai'e proud of their college orchestra and recognize 
its efforts as some of the most admirable on campus. In the combination orches- 
tra and glee club performance this Spring, the F.S.C.W. Symphony Orchestra 
proved itself worthy of all acclaim. 



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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 



Desiring to further 
the cause of peace by 
stimulating interest in 
international affairs, 
the I. R. C, which is 
sponsored by the Car- 
negie Endowment Fund, 
meets to discuss world 
problems and situations. 

This year the Inter- 
national Relations Club 
held a forum for the 
discussion of the Dum- 
barton Oaks proposals, 
and invited as guest of 
our campus the eminent 
historian on Latin 
America, Dr. Wilgus. 



OFFICERS 

President, 

Virginia Holmes 

Vice President, 
Lillian Hendricks 

Secretary-Treasurer, 
Edna Jensen 

Librarian, 
Peggy Kay 

Poster Chairman, 
Jean McCullough 




MUSIC CLUB 




Ever since its founding 
in March, 1941, the Musi- 
Club has worked actively 
to expand musical activity 
and high standards of mu- 
sical appreciation on our 
campus. Selected because 
of their qualities of high 
scholarship, musicianship, 
and leadership, the out- 
standing music majors of 
the junior and senior class- 
es are asked to become 
members of the Music Club. 

OFFICERS 

I'residciit, Roberta liKoNAun 

]^iee Frexidoit 
Joanna Sistrunk 

Secretary, Irene Putzer 

Treasurer, Fawn Tkawick 

I'lihlicitj) ChuirmuH, 
Mildred Crawford 



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BAND 



New uniforms this year added to the splendor of the 
Florida State College Band. At Thanksgiving you saw them 
joyfully playing for Color Rush, and then displaying a more 
solemn side as they paid tribute to the late Dr. Conradi. 
Palm Sunday found the band entertaining at Dale Mabry 
where it was as enthusiastically received as at Camp 
Gordon Johnston. They have welcomed honored guests 



of the campus as the Don Cossacks and Percy Grainger. 

In addition to these performances and the annual fall 
concert, the band sacrificed two days Christmas vacation 
to play in the inauguration parade of the governor. Mr. 
Frank Sykora is the director and keeps his students ready 
and willing by his cheerful good humor. 



OFFICERS 



President Betty Ruth Aughenbaugh 

Vice President Betty Sanford 

Drimi Major Ann Richardson 

Secretary Anne McDonald 

Treasurer Rachel Crotwell 



Chief Librarian Geraldine Farnsworth 

Assistant Librarian Frances Duckworth 

Publicity Manager Mary Elizabeth Knight 

Property Managers Elizabeth Huckson 

Thelma Younge 



Tronihoncs 
Betty Sanford 
BettyLioter 
Mania Smith 

Baritone 

Catherine Friday 

Bas 

Rachel Crotwell 

Carol Shernuui 

Drums 

Christine Morrison 
Carolyn Alli.son 
Dorthea Carpenter 
Lola (iasque 
Doris O'Neill 



Fillies 

Wanda Whitaker 
Marilyn Dewey 
Mary J. Tcwne 
Jeau Bennett 
Roberta Perkins 
.Jean Ann White 
Frances Downins; 

Cornets 

Carolyn Baily 

Betty Ruth Aughenliau^li 

Mary Elizabeth Knight 

Jean Bates 

Ennna Guthrie 

Thelma Younge 



MEMBERS 

(iloria Ann Smith 
Lorilla Sayer 
Lorraine Scott 
Evelyn Breedlove 
Marjorie Munnell 

(n(irin.cts 

Francos Duckworth 
Carolyn Bourland 
Evelyn lIowcU 
Sara Polhill 
Ann Uicliardson 
Ouida Martin 
Esloi- Dale 
Tiiclma Cutrer 
Margret Parker 



Elizalieth Harper 

p]lizabeth Hudson 

Marcia Cayson 

Betty Ruth Doode 

Betty Redd 

Peggy Elliott 

Mary Ceiia Diamond 

Dorothy Ann Stokes 

Fay Smith 

Mable Jean Morrison 

Mary Lois Conn 

Jea n Helms 

June Powell 

Lilly Hatton 

Martha Hart 



Bassoon 

Geraldine Farnsworth 

Sfi.ioi>lioiies 

Betty Jeau Poe 
Siflney Conner 
Rol)erta Whitfield 
Warrene Porter 
Moranne Morris 

French Horns 

Audrey Nelson 
Marjorie Walker 
Janife Sanborne 
Myra Pattishall 




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CLASSICAL 
CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President _. Peggy Lou Thomas 

Vice President Joy Little 

Secretary Dorothy Luke 

Treasurer Betty Speev 



The place to find true enjoyment and appreciation 
of the classics is the Classical Club, whoso members 
are made elegible by their active interest. Roman and 
Greek culture has been the subject of talks, displays, 
movies, and lectures that have comprised the classic 
programs of this year. Actual doing is the best way 
to learn the members of the Classical Club believe and 
they have carried this out by participation in Greek 
and Roman games, by enjoying a typical Roman 
banquet, and by building a model Roman city. 



4-H CLUB 



OFFICERS 

President Emma Stevenson 

Vice President Marguerite Rish 

Secretary Muriel Beck 

Assistant Secretary __ Charlotte Brubaker 

Treasurer Doris Agner 

Freshman Advisor Maxine Edwards 

Social Chairman June Powell 

Program Chairman ....EUzaheth Hudson 




Head, Heart, Hands, and Health serve "to make the hest better." 
4-H girls continue their pre-college 4-H work in a group that operates 
successfully in serving our college, state, and nation. 

4-H symbol of good luck, the four leaf clover, is typical of the cheer- 
fulness displayed in their work. 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



We learn to cook what you like to eat; we leai'n to sew what 
you like to wear; we learn the way to any man's heart with a 
thorough knowledge of home economics. All those interested 
in home economics attend the monthly meetings of the club 
where programs of professional interest are presented. Stu- 
dents of similar interests find fellowship in the Home Economics 
Club, where they discuss ways and means of healthful living. 



OFFICERS 



President 

Vice President..., 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Social Chairman 
Publicity 



Margaret Stout 

Helen Glover 

Emma Stevenson 

June Hadsell 

Minna Lee McCarthy 
... Bobbie Glen 



Senior Representative 

Junior Representative 

Sophomore Representative 

Poster Chairman 

Freshman Representative.. 
Floiver Chairman 



Marguerite Rish 

Charlotte Brubaker 

Barbara Irving 

Jocelyn Ziegler 

.. Barbara McKinny 
Lois Dorsy 



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Y.W.C.A. 










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OFFICERS 

President Dot Caswell 

Vice President Letitia Croom 

Secretary Helen Atwater 

Treasurer Darley Lochner 

Worship Chairman Margaret Clayton 

Social Relations Chairman Ruth Cameron 

Creative Activity Co-Chairman Bobbie Leonard, Evelyn Berry 

Publicity May Alexander 



The Young Women's Christian Association is 
an ever guiding light upon our campus. Its 
members bring us a few moments of thought 
and prayer at the beginning of each Convoca- 
tion; they sponsor the clothing drive for war 
torn areas and the annual World Student Seiwice 
Fund drive through which our student body aids 
other students all over the globe; they do the 
little deeds of friendliness and kindness that 
enrich everyday living. By holding its annual 
Big-Little Sister Party at the beginning of each 
year, the "Y" extends the hand of friendship 



to all groping freshmen who need reassurance. 
Most impressive is the initiation service of 
the college YWCA which is held in Westcott each 
year at convocation ; following this procedure 
the candlelight ceremony around the fountain 
is characteristic of the solemnity and religious 
atmosphere demonstrated by "Y" fellowship and 
devotion. In times when leadership and spirit- 
ual guidance are inexpendable the "Y" holds high 
its challenging light to foster understanding of 
the principal of Christian living among the 
girls of F.S.C.W. 



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HILLEL 



The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, the or- 
ganization for Jewish girls on campus, continued 
its good work at FSC this year. Events of the 
year included, a Book and Antique Exhibit at 
the college library, the sponsorship of the first 
annual oratorical contest at FSC, a formal week- 
end which included services at Temple Israel, a 
dance at Landis Rec, and a barbeque at the home 
of Mrs. Sam Rosenberg. The girls contributed 
their talents to the Hillel Choral Society and the 
Dramatic group. The choir participated in serv- 
ices at the Temple and the Dramatic Group pre- 
sented two plays during the year. High among 
the achievements was the publishing of the Hillel 
Way of which two issues were released. Hillel 
was also responsible for the presentation of 15 
books of Jewish interest to the library. 




OFFICERS 

President Geraldine Halpern 

Vice President Bessie Setzer 

Secretary Rhoda Spechler 

Treasurer Alois Katz 

Editor-in-Chief of The Hillel TVai/ Shirley Rubin 
Director Rabbi Alex J. Goldman 



NEWMAN CLUB 




Having its social and intellectual sides as well 
as its religious one, the Newman Club is an 
organization of Catholic girls on campus. Miss 
Clara Jardin is the new faculty sponsor of the 
club. The Newman Club held lectures by the 
leading town physicians. Dr. E. Annis, and Dr. 
P. J. Coughlin. 



OFFICERS 

President Betty Troop 

Vice President Catherine Ficcio 

Secretary Merrill Long 

Treasury Gloria Basila 

Corresponding Secretary Marie Pavese 

Parliamentarian Ann Parker 

Senior Representative Jo Ann Carroll 

Junior Representative Audrey Perry 

Sophomore Representative^^. Mary Cooper Mims 
Freshman Advisor Alice Neef 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



OFFICERS 



President Reba Jones 

E)iUst))ie)it Vice President Frances Sparkman 

Devotional Vice President Kathryn Lindsay 

Secretary Sue Searey 

Treasurer Dorothy Jean Tobias 

Sunday School Superintendent Barbara Holt 



Training Union Director Doris Headley 

Y. W. A. President Martha Pent 

Publicity Chairman Lucille Parrish 

Music Chairman Mary McCormack 

Magazine Representative Thelma Cutrer 

House Hostess Katherine Futch 



Junior Council President Mary Jane Inabnit 




A warm clasp of friendship 
and a friendly greeting are 
always present at the Baptist 
Student House whose regular 
visitors urge new friends to 
participate in their meetings 
of woi'ship and recreation. 



EPISCOPAL STUDENT VESTRY 



OFFICERS 

President Betty Lewis 

Vice Pres Tish Croom 

Secretary Eleanor Law 

Treasurer Mary McRory 

Asst. Treas Betty Phillips 



Founded in 1931, the Epis- 
copal Student Vestry is chos- 
en from students who are 
willing to take a lead in di- 
recting and organizing the 
various social activities of the 
Episcopal Student House and 
the religious life of Episco- 
palian girls. 




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WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



Presbyterian girls who are students on the 
campus know where to find social and re- 
ligious enlightenment — the Westminster Fel- 
lowship. Through work, play, study, and 
worship the three hundred Presbyterian stu- 
dents of F.S.C. are able to find true Christain 
understanding. 



OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Boardman 

Vice President Jocelyn Zeigler 

Secretary Stella Barrineau 

Treasurer Etta Eraser 

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



Catharine Barnes 
Peggy Lou Thomas 
Mary Elizabeth Colton 
Jean Lewis 
Marguerite Rish 



Frances Myers 
Jean Phillips 
June Hadsell 
Betty DeVane 
Irene Johnson 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 



"To make Christ a living reality on campus" 
is the underlying aim of all the work of the 
Wesley Foundation of Methodist students. 
Together they experience fellowship and re- 
ligious worship as they work to help any 
worthy cause that comes their way. 




OFFICERS 

President Betty Aughenbaugh 

Vice President Martha .Jane Bro\An 

Secret (I ru Grace Suns 

Treasurer Catherine Welch 

Dramatics Grace DeWolf 

Alumnae Dot Sue Jinks 

President of S. S Ann Caroline Allison 

T'kt ['resident of S- »S Gayle Sewell 

Seeretdri/ of S. S. Eugenia Gregory 

Treasurer of .V. .S' Betty Bell 

Choral Reading Julia Ann Banks 

Music Margaret Smith 

Sororitji Darley Lochner 

Editor of Fourth Torch Jean Cole 

Worsltip Ciiairnicn : 

^ycck Da II Janie Redfern 

FcUoirshi)) Dorothy Binger 

Coininuniti/ Serricc and Social Action 

Dorothy Caswell 

Worhl Friend shit) M^argaret Clayton 

Recreation Margie Piatt 

Personnel Carolyn Flewellen 

Puhlicitij Margaret McCain 

Campus Church Joyce Mitchell 

House Doris Mcintosh 



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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION 



The Christian Science Organization was formed in 
January 1945, to include students of Christian 
Science among the students, faculty and staff of the 
college. Its object is mutual aid and encouragement 
in the study and practice of Christian Science. It is 
chartered under the By-Laws of The Mother Church, 
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 
Massachusetts. 



OFFICERS 

Janice Rickey President 

Veverly Heard Vice President 

June Chyna Secretary 

Carol Claus Treasurer 



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ORTAR BOARD 



"To advance to the spirit of service . . . , to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to 
recognize and encourage leadership . . ." is the purpose of Mortar Board, and each wearer of 
the Mortar Board pin is pledged through her membership to increase the merit of Mortar Board. 

Thirteen girls make up the '45 Torchbearer Chapter. Their program of service has cen- 
tered around a series of entertainments given for the men at Camp Gordon Johnston Hospital. 
At Christmas they collected a large number of "stocking-size" gifts from the student body to 
give to the men. 



MEMBERS 



Pat Aiken 

Betty R. Aughenbaugh 

Cordelia Barclay 

Dot Caswell 

Jean Corry 

Betty Lewis 



Elizabeth MacFarland 
Mary Lucy Mendenhall 
Nancy Parker 
Isabel Rogers 
Cleo Sapp 
Alieze Trieste 



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SPIROGIRA 



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Odd loijalti) is supreuie in each Spiro- 
gira's heart as she proudly wears the 
Skull and Crossbones to signify the 
ideals of the Odd honorary. Never 
forgetting Garnet and Gold, and true 
to Red, White, and Purple, the Spiro- 
GIRA's ivear Black and White symboliz- 
ing the best that college life offers in 
fields of service and leadership. 





MEMBERS 

Marjorie Philyaw, 

president, 1st semester 

Nancy Parker, 

president, 2nd semester 

Pat Aiken 
Cordelia Barclay 
Dot Boardman 
Elizabeth Bi'own 
Nell Clark 
Jean Cole 
Jean Corry 
Margaret Fridy 
Priscilla Gillette 
Gerry Halpern 
Hester Hammond 
Eloise Levy 
Betty Lewis 
Sarah Lewis 
Margery Loomis 
Mary L. Mendenhall 
Marjorie Morris 
Frannie Myers 
Virginia Palmer 
Tedy Parker 



Isabel Rogers 
Cleo Sapp 
Betty Schwartz 
Billie Eva Shell 
Sarah Stewart 
Alieze Trieste 
Mary White 
Dot Young 

FACULTY 

Miss Barker 
Dr. Bellamy 
Miss Deviney 
Miss Dorman 
Mrs. Cason 
Mrs. Dickens 
Miss Duncan 
Dr. Hay 
Miss Hatch 
Miss Parker 
Mrs. Scrogin 
Miss Stevens 
Mr. Sykora 
Miss Thompson 
Mrs. Weaver 
Miss West 



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J 




ESTEREN 



"Even Spirits, staunch and true, loyal 
to the end" — So are the girls who wea'>^ 
the silver cauldron pin and the green 
and the white colors of Esteren, the 
Even honorary , which sytiihoUzes the 
high ideals of Even leadership, tradi- 
tion, friendship, service, and loyalty to 
our college. As long as Esteren's 
'^Cauldron is bubbling," never will 
"Even Spirit Die." 




MEMBERS 

Sarah Bennett, 

president 
Maurine Ashton, 

vice president 
Catherine Barrs, 

secretary-treasurer 
Ann Carolyn Allison 
Betty Alday 
Martha Jane Brown 
Ruth Dismore 
Shirley Duggan 
Dot Jean Glass 
Corrine Johnston 
Kit Land 
Betty Jo McAteer 
Gladys Lester 
Janet Rogers 
Mary Stallings 
Bea Weaver 
Sarah Helen Wiggins 



Miss Fox 
Miss Krentzman 
Miss Lynn 
Miss Medlin 
Miss Marsh 
Miss Montgomery 
Dr. Richards 
Mrs. Richards 
Miss Richardson 
Miss Schornherst 
Miss Stevenson 
Miss Thompson 
Miss Tryon 
Miss Warren 



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Mtnthcr-s in ('(jitini-: 
ISotty Beall 
l)()rothy Boardinaii 
Surah Callisoii 
Mary I'^loreiicc I'"ox 
I'riscilla (iillctte 
Frances lliiics 
Kdiia Jcnscii 
Mary McKory 
Mary Lucy -Mt'iulenhall 
.la lift Pancoast 
Mary Nell Pinholster 
Isabel Rogers 
Louise Simpson 
Alicze Trieste 
Tlieii r.r(»\\ii 
Helen Fletcher 

Active memhe) s: 
Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend 
:Mrs. Ramona Beard 
^liss Dorothy Brown 
Dr. Doak S. Campbell 
1 tr. F>>da Deviney 
Dr. (iuy L. Diffenbaugh 
Dr. Dorothy Disher, 

President 



Dr. Dorothy Dodd 
Dr. W. G. Dodd 
Miss Myrtle Dolbee 
Dr. Olivia N. Dorman 
Miss Marguerite Dressier, 

.s'( ( I I'tiiry 
Jtr. Viola Graham 
Dr. Dorothy Hortiiiaii 
Dr. Lueretia Ilsh'y, 

II istoi itin 
Dr. Marion Irish, 

TrennHier 
Mrs. Nellie Kannwischer 
Miss Olga Ijtu'son 
Miss Ellen Murray 
Miss Daisy Pariier 
Dr. Harold Richards 
Dr. W. H. Rogers 
Dr. A. R. Seymour 
Mrs. A. R. Seymour 
Dr. Venila Shores 
Mr. E. R. Smith 
Miss Lynette Thompson 
Miss Anna Mae Tracy 
Miss Miriam Wilson 
Miss Evelyn Ann Doyle 
Mrs. R. L. Eyman 
Mr. Fred Wallier 



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PHI BETA KAPPA 



PHI KAPPA PHI 



Mr; 



Pre.sident : 
Ruth I). Fersuson 



Vioe-President : 
Di-. M. R. Hinson 



Secretary : 
Mi.s.s Marguerite Dre.ssler 

Treasurer: Joiinuil Correspondent: 

Mlis.s Ol.i^a Larson iNIiss Dai.sy Parker 



St ml in t in em herf< : 

Betty Beall 

Dorothy Boardman 

Sarah Callison 

Betty Chazal 

Mary Elizabeth Colton 

Thelnia ("utrer 

• irace Earnest 

Helen I'letcher 

Mary Florence Fox 

Anne Gaines 

Priscilla Gillette 

Frances Hines 

Edna .leusen 

Dorothy Lancaster 

Betty Lewis 

Minna I^e Mc<'arthy 

Mary McRory 

Mary Lucy Mendenhall 

Janet Pancoast 

Mary Pinholster 

Anne Ritter 

Isabel Rogers 

Louise Simpson 

Dorothy Tobias 

Alieze Trieste 

Elizabeth Troop 

Jean Vaughaa 



/'((( ////,// niemherK: 

Mrs. I'ernice Oliver Bevis 
Mrs. Marian P.l.u-k 
Dr. Beulah B. Brilev 
Dr. Doak S. Campbell 
Miss Maigaret Canipliell 
Miss Martlia <!. Cliapniaii 
Dr. <;uy L. Dil'tenl)augh 
Miss Marguerite Dressier 
Miss Olive (J. lOngel 
Dr. R. L. lOyman 
Mrs. Ruth D. I<>rguson 
Dr. M. R. Hinson 
Dr. Dorothy L. Holfinan 
Mr. Karl o. Kuersteiner 
I;r. Herman Kurz 
Miss Olga Larson 
Dr. L. J. Lewis 
Dr. Katherine 

W. Montgomerv 
Dr. R. C. Moon 
Miss Daisy I'arker 
Miss Louise Richardson 
Dr. Margaret Sandels 
Mrs. Lucile A. Schultz 
Dr. A. R. Seymour 
Mrs. Dora Skipper 
Mrs. Cecile Strong 
Miss Lynette Thompson 
Dr. Jennie Tilt 
Miss Florence Tryon 
Miss Lucile Turner 
Miss Virginia Turrentine 




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A Goal towards which every ambitious 
freshman aspires is Alhha Lambda 
Delta. This is the scholastic honorary 
for freshmen obtaining an average of 2.5 
during the first semester of their fresh- 
man year. 

Members: Robin Hill, president; Har- 
riet Kirk, vice-president; Ann Colvin, 
secretary; Flo Ann Roberts, treasurer; 
Martha Abbott, Rosalind Almony, Elea- 
nor Bragg, Marjorie Browne, Martha 
Frances Burke, Esther Louise Dale, 
Hazel Davis, Jo Dawkins, Hilda Dodson, 
Mary Jeanette Graham, Mercedez Her- 
nandez, Ann Hunter, Harriet Kirk, Mary 
Jane Kirst, Betty Lee, Sarah Lewis, Dar- 
ley Lochner, Eugenia Keathley Martin, 
Anne McDonald, Helen Mosely, Frances 
Myers, Catherine Nollman, Juanita Nord, 
Adrienne Parker, Betty Shouse, Peggy 
Lu Thomson, Evelyn Tsangaris, Ellen 
Whitman. 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



The height of achievement in the prac- 
tical field of education has been reached 
by the members of Kappa Delta Phi, 
national honorary fraternity for those 
ivho have a high average in the School 
of Education. 

Members: Mrs. Marian Black, presi- 
dent; Dr. R. C. Moon, vice-president; 
Dorothy Jean Tobias, recording secre- 
tary; Grace Earnest, corresponding sec- 
retary ; Miss Fannie B. Shaw, treasurer ; 
Nancy Parker, reporter and historian ; 
Thelma Cutrer, Mary Elizabeth Dancy, 
Madge Marie Overstreet, Gladys Ruth 
Young, Dr. R. L. Eyman, Miss Martha 
Chapman, Dr. M. H. De Graff, Dr. P. 
F. Finner, Dr. M. R. Hinson, Miss Flor- 
ence Tryon. 




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The national honorary most recently es- 
tablished on the F. S. C. W. Campus is 
Pi Kappa Lambda, vtusic honorary. 

Members of Phi chapter are Ellen Scoble 
Opperman, Dean Emeritus, president, Etta 
Robertson. Zadie Phipps, Walter Reed 
Cowles, Mary E. Winslow, Gladys Koch, 
Dean Karl 0. Kuersteiner, Mrs. Mary Me- 
ginniss, Miss Mary Reeder, Miss Ruby Dun- 
stan, Mr. Frank Sykora, Miss Marjorie 
Clayton, Mrs. Cecil Strong, Miss Rebecca 
Rodenberg, Mrs. Gladys S. Proctor, and 
Mrs. Jean C. Stone. 



PI KAPPA LAMBDA 



ZETA PHI ETA 




Zeta Phi Eta has on its roll those ivho 
have attained great success in all fields of 
dramatic enterprise. Its menfihers are known 
for their participation in campus produc- 
tions and individual recitals. 

Members : Betty Lou Christian, presi- 
dent; Nell Bryant, vice president; Betty 
Lewis, secretary; Sanna Jane Taylor, treas- 
urer; Bea Weaver, Bonnie Hunt, Medora 
Van Fleet, Jean Obee, Barbara Holt, Kath- 
erine Steed, Maurine Petty, Miss Elizabeth 
Thompson, Miss Wily. 






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Those who have undertaken meritorious re- 
search and scholarship in the field of home 
economics are invited to become members of 
the Omicron Nu honorary fraternity. They 
award a cup to the sophomore who attained 
the highest average in home economics her 
freshman year. 

Members: Jean Lewis, president; Minna 
Lee McCarthy, secretary; Mrs. Ruth Fer- 
guson, Dean Margaret Sandels, Miss Ethyl 
Holloway, Miss Edna Mae Mcintosh, Miss 
Helen Richey, Mrs. Lucille Shultz, Dr. Jen- 
nie Tilt, Mrs. Margaret Hogsett, Mrs. Elo- 
ise Levy, Miss Ellen Wright, Eleanor 
Boyles, Margaret Fisher, Dorothy Sue 
Jinks, Josephine Maniaci, Mrs. Ruth Perry, 
IMargaret Dugger, Carolyn Flewellen. 




OMICRON NU 



GAMMA SIGMA EPSILO 



Noteworthy laboratory achievement in 
chemistry labels the girls ivho comprise 
the membership of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, 
chemistry honorary fraternity. 

Members: Betty Beall, grand alchemist; 
Thee Brown, visor; Helen Fletcher, re- 
corder; Betty Jane Fox, Joyce Funke, Car- 
men Gomez, Eugenia Joiner, Mart Jane 
Kirst, "Teeny" Langston, Ruth L'Engle, 
Carol Sherman, Betty Trigg Thompson, 
Ann Tisdale, Alieze Trieste, Fransetta Vin- 
son, Jean Ann White. Honorary members: 
Miss Mary Claybrooke, Miss Olive Engel, 
Mrs. Katherine Blood Hoffman, Dr. J. L. 
Lewis, Miss Isabel McKinnell, Dr. Jennie 
Tilt. 




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The object of Chi Delta Phi is to 
create interest in representative liter- 
ature, and to foster a high standard 
of production. 

Members: Cordelia Barclay, Wini- 
fred Meldrim, Elizabeth MacFarland. 



CHI DELTA PHI 



SIGMA DELTA PI 



In order to create a basis of better under- 
standing and unity among the Spanish 
speaking nations, the members of the Span- 
ish honorary, SiGMA Delta Pi, conduct 
their meetings entirely in Spanish and give 
attention to the outstanding cultural con- 
tributions of each country. 

Members: Anne Holbrook, president; 
Dorothy Jean Tobias, vice-president; Ruth 
Dismore, secretary; Mary Woodward, treas- 
urer; Grace Earnest, historian; Miss Ro- 
ney, Miss Margaret Campbell, Miss Myrtle 
Dolbee, Miss Ruth Campbell, Dr. Burkes, 
Dr. Hoffman, Miss Yancey, Dr. Seymour, 
Mrs. Kannwischer, Miss Mildred Finnegan, 
Miss Judy, Mary Woodward, Priscilla Gil- 
lette, Frances Hines, Sarah Hirleman, Mary 
Lucy Mendenhall, Louise Simpson. 




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The aim of Phi Alpha Theta is to en- 
courage historical research, and its mem- 
ers are recognized for their outstanding 
success in this field. 

MEMBERS: 

Edna Jensen, president; Frances 
Mines, secretary-treasurer; Dr. Venila 
Shores, Dr. R. S. Cotterill, Dr. Annie 
Popper, Miss Florence Tryon, Miss Daisy 
Parker, Miss Eulah Mae Snider, Mary 
Nell Pinholster, Mary Florence Fox, Cleo 
Sapp. 



PHI ALPHA THETA 



PI DELTA PHI 



A LOVE of France — this is displayed by 
every member of the French honorary, Pi 
Delta Phl Only to those who shoiv an ac- 
tive interest in French culture and back- 
ground and who show excellent progress in 
the French language ore presented the hon- 
orary colors of blue, ivhite, and red. 

MEMBERS: 

Priscilla Gillette, Eleanor Law, Mary 
Lucy Mendenhall, Virginia Nelson, Louise 
Simpson. Faculty: Miss Roberta Acker- 
man, Mrs. Lois Boggs, Miss Mildred Finne- 
gan. Dr. Dorothy Hoffman, Miss Marjorie 
Judy, Miss Lucy Lester, Dr. Arthur Sey- 
mour. 




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The right to wear the pin of an 
honorary fraternity comes as a re- 
sult of diligent study, and achieve- 
ynent in a special field. 

This year, a day was set aside as 
"Honors Day" in order to recognize 
the sophomores, juniors, and seniors 
on the campus who have maintained 
at least a B average. 



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W.A.A. BOARD 




Every student is a member of the 
Women's Athletic Association, and the af- 
fairs of the association are handled by the 
efficient W.A.A. Board. Under its jurisdic- 
tion are "F" Club, Tarpon Club, Outing 
Committee, Playnite Committee, Physical 
Education Association, and Life Saving 
Corps. The board is charged with buying 
equipment for the gymnasium, field house, 
and camp. The various duties were per- 
formed this year by Margaret Fridy, presi- 
dent; Sarah Bennett, Jo Guthrie, Marian 
Looby, Louise Fernandez, Priscilla Gillette, 
Margie Piatt, Betty Lou Boynton, Eya 
Berry, Mickey Fountain, Maxine Wagner, 
Margaret Fernandez, Anne Widerquist, 
"Babe" Evans, and Amarene Thompson. 




MARGARET FRIDY 



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F" CLU 



Far beneath the Florida pine trees 
Neath the skies so blue 
There's a band of jolly good sports 
Loyal "F's" and true. 







.Jf!f*"** 





As we hear the voices of "F" Club members sweetly 
blended every Friday evening, we realize that deep in the 
heart of each one lies a sincere love and respect for our 
alma mater. "F" Club is more than an organization 
based on athletic achievement; it represents the true 
spirit of loyalty and good sportsmanship. The "F" stands 
for fun, friendship, femina perfecta. The girls who wear 
this golden "F" have in many ways proved themselves 
worthy of membership in the athletic honorary. 

Seniors are: Evelyn Berry, Frances Jean Blackburn, 
Betty Lou Boynton, Duggie Bruns, Louise Fernandez, 
Margaret Fernandez, Ethel Fields, Carolyn Forehand, 
Mickey Fountain, Mary Florence Fox, Margaret Fridy, 
Peggy Friedman, Priscilla Gillette, June Hadsell, Hester 
Hammond, Betty Jane Harriman, Nell Hawkins, Betty Jo 
Kacinski, Martha Teeter Lawson, Betty Lewis, Margery 
Loomis, Marjorie Morris, Gertrude Noxtine, Eleanor Mary 
Parker, Margie Piatt, Sarah Stewart, Alieze Trieste, 
Marion Welch, Sybil Wool, and Dorothy Young. 

Juniors are: Catherine Barrs, Sarah Bennett, Eloise 
Boyles, Carolyn Bourland, Virginia Collins, Bebe Daniel, 
Shirley Duggan, Lura Evans, Jane Gaertner, Jo Guthrie, 
Frances Hall, Jeanne Koesy, Kit Land, Teeny Langston, 
Gladys Lester, Betty Jo McAteer, Danella Martin, Au- 
drey Perry, Evelyn Stuckey, Dot Tucker, Anne Wider- 
quist. Mart Wilson. 

Sophomores are: Lucy Brown, Priscilla Clark, Barbara 
Irving, Sarah Lewis, Grace Lindberg, Marian Looby, 
Gloria McVey, Nita Nord, Virginia Palmer, Enid Sandler, 
Betty Schwartz, B. J. Singlton, Clarice Trueblood, and 
Nancy Ward. 



PRIS GILLETTE 

President 




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Not a splash — only a smooth ripple — and another Tar- 
pon member dives gracefully into the pool. The girls 
most skilled in swimming, the ones who execute breath- 
taking routines in the water, the girls who spend much 
time in teaching and correcting swimming at FSC are the 
members of Tarpon Club. 

OFFICERS 

President Aline Fountain 

Vice President Margery Holm 

Secretary B. J. Singleton 

Faculty Adviser Margaret Clements 

MEMBERS Henrietta Tresvant 

Maxine Wagner 

Nell Armstrong g^^.^y^ Helen Wiggins 
Mary Ann Cannon 

Virginia Collins MINNOWS 

Lura Evans 

Angel Fain Carol Claus 

Aline Fountain Jinks Farrioi- 

Betsy Hahn Jo Guthrie 

Beverly Heard J^^^ie Harris 

Jean Hitchcock ^nna Home 

Margery Holm g^^^'^^ t '^" 

-. T ,1 Barbara Lmdsay 

Mary Jelks u/r • t 

^. . ^ Moira Long 

Martha Lawso n Victoria Mott 

Mary Louise Perry N^^ncy McEdwards 

Pat Millican Frances Pease 

Theresa Myers Anna Lou Rivers 

B. J. Singleton Mary Anne Walts 

Trig Thompson Ann Richardson 



TARPON CLUB 





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Outing 
Committee 



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There's fun in food and fun in fellowship! 
You'll find both of these well distributed by the 
Outing Committee. Picnics and out-door parties 
are their specialties and they direct their efforts 
to afford leisurely good times for all who enjoy 
out-door entertainment and good sportsmanship. 
Miss Dickens is the sponsor. 

OFFICERS are: President, Maxine Wagner. 
Amarine Thompson, Anna Home, Irma Lee Shep- 
herd, Rose Marie Ferro, Betty Jo Wilson, Char- 
lotte Bouland, Evelyn Breedlove. 



Saturday nights on campus are never dull 
during holiday seasons because the Playnite Com- 
mittee is always on hand to bring entertainment. 
Even on short notice they plan such shows as 
the Christmas Party with dancing dolls, the Val- 
entine Dance, the Truth and Consequences Show, 
and the Hill Billy Square Dance and Sing. Hon- 
oring Washington's Birthday, the committee, un- 
der the leadership of its chairman, Betty Lou 
Boynton, scheduled a Birthday Ball in the gym. 
The promoter of laughing good times, Playnite 
Committee is appreciated and thanked by our 
student body. 




Flaynight 
Committee 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION COMMITTEE 

Centering- their activities at the gymnasium, but spreading their cheerful 
influence everywhere, the physical education majors and minors who make up the 
Physical Education Association foster a spirit of unity throughout the student 
body. Although they apply themselves seriously to promote a professional atti- 
tude and to develop worthy skills, the girls of the Physical Education Association 
excell at having- a good time, and show their willingness by officiating at intra- 
mural events. 

OFFICERS: President Evelyn Stuckey; Vice President Nancy Ward; Secretary Margie Piatt 



SENIORS 

Evelyn Berry 
Bebe Daniel 
Jessie Durden 
.Jinx Farrior 
Carolyn Forehand 
Mickey Fountain 
Margaret Fridy 
Hester Hammond 
Eleanor Mary Parker 
Margie Piatt 
Sarah Belle Stull 
Louise Terry 
Marion Welch 

JUNIORS 

Catherine Barrs 
Sarah Bennett 
Eloise Boyles 
liUra Evans 
Anna Geise 
Gladys Lester 



Jo Guthrie 
Frances Hall 
Corky Herman 
Theresa Munroe 
Mary Louise Perry 
Evelyn Stuckey 
Dot Tucker 
Anne Widerquist 
Alpine Walker 

SOPHOMORES 

Carolyn Avery 
Juanita Bowles 
Nell Crawley 
Betty Donnally 
Betty Gardiner 
Nancy Gleaton 
Margery Holm 
Katherine Hohnson 
Grace Lindberg 
Mae Manning 
Nancy McEdwards 



Gloria McVey 
Sandy Owens 
Virginia Palmer 
June Powell 
Martha Jane Sattlefield 
Frances Strickland 
Alice Taft 
Clarice Trueblood 
Nancy Ward 

FRESHMEN 

Sara Amos 
Betty Rose Bishop 
Jean Booth 
Dorothy Bower 
Charlotte Bouland 
Evelyn Breedlove 
Ruth Brokaw 
Sara Braxwell 
Betty Burch 
Patsy Callahan 
Frances Cannon 



Joyce Cayce 
Emily Chancey 
Vera Cone 
Gertrude Corry 
Ann Cox 
Rosa Lee Davis 
Flossis De Clerq 
Rose Marie Ferro 
Joyce Garman 
Christine Gatlin 
Elaine Gavigan 
Anna Home 
Candy Jones 
Barbara Lincoln 
Moira Long 
Myra Lee Long 
Rosemary Marcoux 
Lucille Mathews 
Bobbie Mayo 
Audrey Neilson 



Amelia Pavese 
Minnie Partin 
Georgine Pihos 
Anna Lou Rivers 
Anne Shull 
Sally Stevens 
Margaret Stone 
Ruth Stoutamire 
Barbara Tait 
Mervin Thomas 
Amarene Thompson 
Tillie Walden 
June Walton 
George Waltz 
Mary Ann Watts 
Grace Whidden 
Mary F. Wilson 
Dorothy Woolcott 
Dorothy Wynn 




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LIFE SAVING CORPS 





The Life Saving Corps, which consists of girls who are Red Cross Life 
Savers, contributes its time and skill to protecting and producing better 
swimmers at FSC. 



President Eya Berry Instructor Jo Gutherie 

Captain Babe Evans Secretary-Treasurer Skooks Lester 



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CHEERLEADERS 




To add color and spirit to all athletic contests 
was the aim of our cheerleaders. These girls 
spurred their tired teams on to that final moment 
of victory or made defeat seem like fun. 

P"'or the Green and Gold were Freshmen Dot 
and Doris Fincher and Juniors Betty Jo McAteer 
and Sarah Wiggins. The odds boasted Sopho- 
mores Alice Taff and Henrietta Trezevant and 
Seniors Jean Obee and Marjorie Morris. 



Thanksgiving 
Games 



Class spirit and Odd-Even rivalry reached their 
height during Thanksgiving Week. At dawn Thanks- 
giving Day, Odds raced the Evens to place their 
colors on important buildings. The Evens were victorious in 
most cases, but they lost Wescott to the Odds. Reflecting the 
same spirit of good-natured rivalry, Odd and Even demonstra- 
tions poked fun at each other. Tarpon Club, however, represented 
both groups equally when it presented a program entitled "Winter 
Wonderland" to climax the holiday events. 





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LEADERS: 

Odd Margaret Pridy 

Eveji Babe Evans 



EVEX LINEUP 

Babe Evans Elaine Royles 

Amarene Thompson Catherine Barrs 

Anna Giese Tina Wright 

SIBSTITTTIONS 



Mart Wilson 
Rosa Lee Davis 
Catherine Sullivan 



Betty Kennedy 
Evelyn Shea 
Maxine Kodgers 



ODD LIXET'P 



Margaret Fridy 
Ann Bennett 
Blanche Favor 



Betty Schwartz 
Clarice Trueblood 
Louise Fernandez 



SCBSTITT'TIONS 



Nancy Ward 
.Tuanita Bowles 
Maiioii Welsh 



Rachel Chambers 
Alice Witt 
Mary White 



BASKETBALL 




Thanksgiving Day again shared 
the limelight with the annual 
Odd-Even basketball contest. The 
balcony of the Gym was filled 
early with highspirited rooters. 
It was a fast-moving game all 
the way through, even though 
the Evens score was double that 
of the Odds most of the game. 
The first quarter the score was 
11-6 ;at the half, 16-8; the third 
quarter, 25-12; and 33-15 as the 
game ended with the Evens 
loudly singing "Even Spirits 
Never Die — " 



[170] 



VOLLEYBALL 




LEADERS: 

Oid Margaret Fernandez 

Even Sarah Bennett 



KVEX IJNET'P 

Kthpl FioUls :\[ni'inn Fh.yd 

Joyce Garninn Ann \\'i(](>r(|uist 

Elaine Gavigaii Dul Tucker 

Sarali Bennett I ink Aslitin 



ST'iiS'nrrTidXs 



("andy Jones 
Kntli I'.rokaw 



Jeanne Koesy 
Louise Terry 



ODD LIXET'P 

Rnliy Ebcrt \'ii-Kinia Palmer 

Marli Richardson Tidy Parker 
Mae Manning Joyce Benton 

Mai'garet Fernainlez 



sri'.sTriTTioxs 



Marion Looby 
Alieze Trieste 



Betty Lewis 
Sarah Lewis 



The Evens hung another vic- 
tory on the Odds Thanksgiving 
Day by winning the annual Odd- 
Even volleyball tilt. Cheered by 
:he huge crowd, the teams battled 
spiritedly. Lady Luck smiled on 
the Evens, who were leading at 
the half with a score of 21-10. 
The Odds rallied somewhat in 
the second half, and more than 
doubled their score. However, 
the score stood at 34-21 in favor 
of the Green and Gold when the 
final whistle blew. 




[171] 



SWIMMING 




The Odd-Even swimmers blew up their 
water wings and broke two records in the 
annual Odd-Even swimming meet. The 
Green and Gold heaved in their anchor and 
finished first by a few swift strokes. The 
girls churned up the sparkling water as 
they dashed to the finish line. The divers 
tripped out to the end of the diving board, 
stood poised for a moment, sprang lightly 
into the air, and cut the water with little 
more than a ripple. Even the fish of the 
deep were challenged that day by these 
spirited mermaids. 



Even leader Gladys Lester 

Odd leader Mickey Fountain 



MODERN DANCE 



This year for the first time modern dance was 
on a competitive basis. The girls ignored tired 
ligaments and sore muscles and gave their all 
for either the feather or the cap. The Even 
performance was entitled "Lost Souls". The 
original dance of the Odds was "A Child's Fan- 
tasy." Faculty members 
from the physical educa- ■ 
tion department judged 
the dances on the basis 
of a point system which 
considered different ele- 
ments of dances. The odd 
group stacked up 96 points 
to top the 85 for the evens. 

Odd leader Margie Piatt 

Even leader 

Anne Widerquist 





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GOLF 



As usual rain and cold weather marked the Odd-Even golf tournament this 

year. The only disasterous incident occurred when Tedy Parker, a most 

honorable member of the Odd team, hit her pre-war golf ball into the rain 

house; and her honest 

companions made her hit 

it out. Bopie Whitaker, 

for the Green and Gold, 

was low man with a score 

of 44. The Evens took the 

honors with a one "miss 

is as good as a mile" 

stroke minority. 



Even leader ...Dot Tucker 
Odd leader Pidge Wool 






SOFTBALL 

Spring again, and softball became the main 

interest. Odds and Evens alike, forgot Spring 

fever and dashed off to the diamond to wai'm 

up the ole' glove. Weeks and weeks of practice 

followed, but soon the players regained their 

long - neglected skill. Soon the first baseman 

scooped up that grounder, and a hard one never 

passed the shortstop. Soon the 

catcher and the pitcher acted as 

a unit to "strike her out!" Soon 

the warm Spring day came when 

the devoted softball followers 

trooped out to cheer their team 

to hoped-for victory. One, two, 

three, and she's out at the ole' 

ball game. 



Even Leader 
Odd Leader 



Frankie Hall 
Alieze Trieste 







HOCKEY 

Odd luck and skill triumphed in the Odd- 
Even hockey game to the tune of 2-1. The 
first half was nip and tuck with a 0-0 score. 
However, the Odd team started the second 
half by streaking down the field for a quick 
score. Within two minutes the Green and 
Gold had "Evened" the score. In the last 
few minutes of the game the Odds rushed 
in to score their second goal and win the 
game. 




Even Leader 

Evelyn Stuckey 

Odd Leader 

Alieze Trieste 



SOCCER 




The Odds and 
Evens battled to a 
scoreless tie on a 
clover - covered soccer 
field to finish the third 
sports season of the 
year. Excitement ran riot 
as first one team and then 
the other would take pos- 
session of the ball and 
sweep down the field with 
it. For four strenuous quar- 
ters the two teams dribbled, kicked, and passed in 
the game ended with no goal for either team. 



fierce effort to score a goal, but 



Even leader Babe Evans 



Odd leader Margaret Fernandez 



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TENNIS 



Ag-ain this Spi'inj? the tennis courts were 
invaded by eager racquetteers. The Evens 
and the Odds improved that wicked serve 
or powerful backhand for the great day 
when the two teams would clash. Only the 
cream played on these teams, for they 
climbed the ladder by games for an Odd- 
Even berth. 

Even leader Ethel Fields 

Odd leader Louise Fernandez 





ARCHERY 



Beware of that apple on your head. That girl 
with the bow and arrow might be a feminine 
William Tell. Chances are, though, that she's 
out for Odd-Even archery. Whether the feathers 
on her arrows are Green and Gold or Red, White 
and Purple, she'll be hitting that ole bull's-eye. 

Even leader Carolyn Bourland 

Odd leader Carolyn Forehand 



BADMINTON 



Badminton can be a Summer afternoon pastime, or 
it can be the fast and thrilling sport of the Odd-Even 
tournament. This year the final game was the decid- 
ing game of the match. The crowd 
watched in breathless silence as this 
*" ' game fell into the victorious hands of 

the Red, White, and Purple. 

Even leader Teeny Langston 

I Odd leader Betty Jo Kasinski 




Manager Louise Fernandez 




Odd, Evens, dormitories, and sororities 
seem to blend into the well organized in- 
tramurals. For the more timid among us 
there are games ranging from bridge to 
shuffle-board and for the athletic type, 
basketball to swimming. Spirit and 
sportsmanship run hand in hand in the 
race for honors. For those who like their 
after-dinner exercise there are games 
galore on Landis gi'een every evening. 
It's no wonder that the Tally lassie has 
become a sports fiend. 



INTRAMURALS 




[176] 



At the first nip of frost college girls thoughts turned to the 
sparkling cheer of a wood fire. The Outing Club was ready and 
willing to satisfy these desires with their numerous jaunts to 
Gaines Woods, and later in the season day trips to Wakulla. There 
were those never-to-be-forgotten weekends at camp — canoeing on 
Lake Bradford, and singing in the moonlight. The fun and laugh- 
ing were unlimited and the memories undying. 



INTRAMURALS 




[1771 



WEARERS OF THE EMBLEM 



Emma Spencer 1928 

Simpy Yarborough 1928 

Bernice Conklin 1928 

Margaret Richards 1929 

Betty Suhrer 1929 

Betty Wood 1930 

Edna Mattox 1930 

Betty Bell 1931 

Nancy Lutz 1931 

Marion C. Philips _ 1932 

Dorothy Archer 1932 

Helen Geffcken 1932 

Dorothy Hicks 1932 

Buddy Autrev 1933 




Rhea Gallanger 1933 

Grace Kirley 1933 

Betty Bailey 1935 

Frances Hurlin 1935 

Felicia West 1938 

Y. Marchesseau 1940 

Cornelia Watson __. 1941 

Jean Wood 1942 

Paulette Nolan 1942 

Stella Valenti 1943 

Margie Lambert 1944 

Dottie McGahagin 1944 
Alieze Trieste 1945 




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Big things are going on outside of these gates 
— battles, conferences, agreements, strikes — but 
when you pass through the gates you go into 
another world which is separate from the out- 
side but, paradoxically, is an integral part of 
that tumultuous outer world. 



[1811 




Upper classmen and freshmen found 
registration this year different. Veter- 
ans of two, four, six, and even seven sem- 
esters searched for departmental tables 
on the second floor of Wescott and longed 
for the familiar procedures of registra- 
tion in the gymnasium. 

Florida State slid into the comfortable 
groove of the fall term. Teachers as- 
signed lessons; clubs called meetings and 
invited new members ; teams began prac- 
ticing for Thanksgiving; everyone had 
settled down to another year of school 
except the sorority girls and freshmen 
who hoped to be sorority girls. 



In spite of having "the largest enrollment in history" — 
a phrase which has been true for several years now — a 
jam-packed, crowded college began its fourth war-time year 
in many of the traditional ways, but also with many 
innovations. 

Blue jacketed, foot sore, hand blistered Sophomore Coun- 
cil greeted travel-tired college-thrilled freshmen and later 
piloted them through the mazes of that confusing but won- 
derful first week. 




Greeks became tense under the double strain of the 
new preferential bidding system and a delayed rush 
week. However, when the weekend in October finally 
came, rushees and rushers alike were able to wear new 
winter clothes without privately wishing for that cool 
cotton they had just taken off. The campus was dotted 
with hatted, gloved, high-heeled freshmen coming and 
going from dates. 



After the anguish, excitement, joy, and sometimes 
tragedy of rush week, the campus again settled down 
to the comparative peace of lessons, new friends, old 
friends, a cup of coffee at the Spic or the Sweet, noisy 
convocations in Wescott, midnight-against-the-rules 
parties centered around a box from home, and all of- 
those innumerable little things which are called "col- 
lege life." 



[1821 



Only the juniors were left out of the 
fall ceremonies which cluster about life 
at F.S.C. Sophomores shone in the re- 
flected glory of their senior sisters at 
investiture. 

Seniors began to realize that they were 
the graduating class as Dr. Campbell of- 
ficially capped each one of them. 




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Freshman gained a little hint of the 
spirit of our school when they were told 
at torch night that it was their duty and 
privilege to uphold and strengthen those 
standards which have made the college 
beloved of other classes. 



The one opportunity of the year to see the faculty 
en masse came at academic procession. Freshman 
punched each other to point out their favorite teacher. 
Upperclassmen scrutinized the parade for amusing in- 
cidents upon which to comment. Even the most blase 
senior, however, felt the essential dignity of the 
procession. 

Girls who called Landis rec, Gilchrist smoker, and 
Jennie Murphree laundry home hopefully awaited the 
completion of the big grey F beside the "gym". When 
the new dormitory was completed each grateful occu- 
pant appreciated the unaccustomed luxury of only one 
roommate and a closet all her own. 




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[183] 




We went Oriental when Li Ling Ai, lecturer 
for free China, gave us glimpses of Chinese life 
from Confucius to Chiang Kai Shek. 

Little Black Sambo, produced by the speech 
department, amused college girls and grade school 
children alike. Special performances were given 
for boys and girls in nearby schools. 



F Club goats performed for 
anyone who would watch. Ffie, 
our glamous girl lightpost, was 
given a new dress every day. The 
lonely Oak in front of the dining 
hall bloomed in spite of the fact 
that it was October. One goat 
was forced to sacrifice a whole 
box of precious Kleenex and a 
ball of string for this effect. 

Other goats performed tricks 
and wore clothing which would 
have driven Social Standards 
Council into padded cells if it 
had not been all in fun and F 
Club. 



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In contrast to its previous "Samboish" fan- 
tasy, speech students turned to grim reality in 
their production of "Cry Havoc". It was diffi- 
cult to realize that the actresses were college 
girls. 

The band, under the direction of Professor 
Sykora, was an important part of many college 
pi'ograms. They were especially proud of their 
new garnet and gold uniforms. 

Many dormitories held open house for campus 
visitors, but what was later to be Lang House, 
presented the open-house idea more thoroughly 
than any other dormitory has ever done before 
or after. 

No matter what the outside temperature, girls 
who had to have sixteen plunges by quarters, and 
others who swam for pleasure, bumped into each 
other in the chlorinated water of the pool. 

Many a feminine heart was stirred, in spite 
of the Don Cossack's public boast of participation 
in World War I. The handsome one, who smiled 
at the audience in the most approved Sinatra 
manner, provoked the usual Frankie sighs and 
groans a la Russian. 




[1851 





Thanksgiving is the time when F.S.C. is most typ- 
ically F.S.C. Early in the morning Odds and Evens 
raced to place their colors on campus buildings. Dr. 
Cai'others spoke at the worship service held in Wescott. 

Everyone awaited the big dinner. When it came, 
we discovered we had turkey — even if it was creamed. 
Most of the diners had hopes for one of the big pine- 
apples forming a part of the fruit centerpiece. 

During the weekend Tarpon Club took its audience 
through a "winter wonderland" of ice and snow. Odd 
and Even players battled each other in fiercely fought 
contests for basketball and volleyball supremacy. Evens 
ridiculed Odds in a parody called "Oddsnic and Old 
Lice". Odds went back into early American history to 
record "Pilgrodd's Pi'ogress". 

The unexpected death of Dr. Edward Conradi, 
President Emeritus of Florida State College for 
Women, turned thoughts to the true meaning of 
Thanksgiving. What F.S.C. is today is largely the 
result of Dr. Conradi's work. Traditional Thanksgiv- 
ing ceremonies, which began while Dr. Conradi was 
president, were continued as Dr. Conradi would have 
wished them to be. 



[186] 




After Thanksgiving thoughts turned 
to Christmas. There were a few non- 
Christmas affairs, such as the interna- 
tional tea, when faculty and students 
who had lived in other countries came 
in costume and chatted about customs 
and life in those countries. 

The Christmas spirit, however, would 
not be downed. Greenery appeared in 
sorority house and dormitory windows. 
Clubs had parties at which a cheery, little 
gentleman in a I'ed suit almost invariably 
appeared. The Glee Club gave its im- 
pressive Christmas vespers. Seniors cele- 
brated with the annual caroling party. 
Florida State celebrated its pseudo 
Christmas a full two weeks before the 
twenty-fifth. 




The real Christmas came, as it should, at home. 
Almost three weeks of dates, mother and dad, sleeping 
in the morning, and no heavy thinking. Of course 
there were the usual rumors about whether we would 
or would not have special busses, but the day we left 
the whole calvacade was lined up in front of the new 
dining hall. 



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We came back to a new governor, 
but other than that nothing seemed 
to have changed during the three 
weeks we had been home. 

Opera lovers reserved front seats 
for the Artist Series concert of Helen 
Trauble, Metropolitan star. 

Village Vamps and Cotillion chose 
new members at the New Year's 
Dance which had been postponed from 
Thanksgiving. 

The library was suddenly popular. 
Frantic girls realized that their term 
paper was due in a week. Others fer- 
vently wished that they had studied 
the books they brought home during 
Christmas. Semesters was upon us. 

With tests completed satisfactorily 
for the majority of us, we looked up 
from our books to realize that Spring 
had conquered every corner of the 
campus. 

Warm weather brought v/ith it new 
activities. Sophomore Council chose 
the freshmen it considei^ed worthy to 
carry on its tradition of service and 
loyalty. 



[1881 




Lord Halifax, British ambassador 
to the United States, snatched a few 
minutes from a busy schedule to let 
us hear a genuine British accent. We 
were not disappointed. 

Prospective BWOCs discussed cam- 
pus politics and turned in petitions 
for C.G.A. elections. Campaigning was 
subtle, but was still there. Roommates 
and friends of candidates were busy 
propagandizing the undecided. 

Outside the gates, one of the favor- 
ite gathering places of Army and col- 
lege personnel was a certain drug 
store. Of course, neither group paid 
any attention to the other. You see, 
they had not been properly introduced. 

Day students sold war bonds and 
stamps in exchange for the privilege 
of voting in the pin-up man contest. 
Crowds collected in lower Wescott. 
where the pictures were displayed — 
each girl pointing out her man or the 
man she wished she had. 




[1891 






Spring sports found the Odd team winning 
hockey and holding the Evens to a scoreless tie 
in soccer. Seniors and juniors momentarily for- 
got such rivalries and upper class dignity at 
the junior-senior kid party. Jump ropes, hair- 
ribbons, short skirts, skinned knees, candy suck- 
ers, and pig tails were all mixed in one indescrib- 
able uproar at the gathering of the junior and 
senior children. 

But some of the children matured very quickly 
and went sophisticated that night. We do date 
occasionally, although it might be soldier, sailor, 
civilian, marine, or high school boy. 



"If it's kissing you're missing, 
here's the Blarney Stone." "Begory, 
it's St. Patricks Day." In an ancient 
Irish castle, alias the dining hall, 
modern warriors and their ladies 
danced beneath gaily painted replicas 
of shields carried by knights of old. 
The junior-senior prom was one of our 
most elegant parties. 

Even the freshmen, who balanced 
precariously at the high windows and 
at the doors, declared that it was 
worth strained necks and bumped 
elbows to watch the escapades of their 
elders. 




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The year rushed toward its end. Mortar Board and 
Mortified chose new members. Legislature convened, and 
the campus became co-education conscious. The patches 
of clover where we spent many early Spring hours hunt- 
ing for the four-leafed variety were mowed. Sentimental- 
ists mourned as ivy was pulled down from the walls of 
our campus buildings. A sense of personal loss pulled at 
the heart of almost every girl when we received news of 
President Roosevelt's untimely death. Esteren and Spiro- 
gira marched through the dining hall choosing new mem- 
bers. In May, class beauties reigned for one brief day. 
V-E Day was observed. Another year at F.S.C. was 
almost gone. 





[191] 




The gates are closed on another year at 
F.S.C.W. We who go out for the last time 
and we who plan to return are equally 
charged with upholding the standards our 
college has set for us. We who are grad- 
uating pledge to carry into the outer world 
plans to make it a better place. The four 
years we have been in college have been 
war years. Members of our class have 
joined the women's branches of the armed 
services. Friends and relatives have died 
in battle overseas. President Roosevelt was 
elected for a fourth term and his death 
came as a shock to the world only two weeks 
before the San Francisco conference; a 
month before V-E Day. On campus, we have 
bought war bonds and stamps, attended de- 
fense movies, and held forums in an attempt 
to make us ever conscious of world events 



and the part each of us will play in future 
developments. We will not foi'get. 

In most ways, however, our four years 
have been filled with activities typically 
F. S. C. W. — Y.W.C.A. recognition service — 
10 o'clock post office mob — Torch Night — - 
ice on the fountain investiture — weekends at 
camp — Thanksgiving demonstrations and 
Odd-Even competitions — soldier parties^ — • 
C. G. A. installation — F. Club circle — azaleas 
in the spring — Mortar Board tapping— prune 
whip for dessert — freshman hygiene — the 
Sweet Shop and the Spic — quarantine — 
Youth Conference — term papers — dancing in 
the Alum — rain. 

We leave our college, but we leave with 
a storehouse of memories. 



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COLLEGE INN PHARMACY 
Phone 800 



MONROE ST. PHARMACY 
Phone 93 



Free Motorcycle Delivery from Both Stores 
TWO COMPLETE FOUNTAIN CAFES 

Hollingsworth and Whitman 

CANDIES 

WE CARRY THE LEADING COSMETIC LINES 

Elizabeth Arden, Helena Rubinstein, Dorothy Gray, 

Tussy, Hudnuts, DuBorry, Elmo 

and H. H. Ayers 



Your fashions at 




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COATS 
SUITS 



118 S. Monroe St. 



Phone 20 



DIAMONDS 

WATCHES 

JEWELRY 

SILVER 

GIFTS 

W. W. PUTNAM 

Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society 

308 South Monroe Street 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SOUTHEASTERN 
TELEPHONE COMPANY 

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



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FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK 



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Welcomes the accounts of all persons 
connected with the 

FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 



THE LEWIS STATE BANK 




SWIFT'S GEORGIA 

PEANUT HAMS 

SOMETHING DELICIOUS 
SOMETHING DIFFERENT 

Recipe By 

MARTHA LOGAN 

SOUTHERN BAKED 
PEANUT HAM 
W:pe ham with a damp cloth. If a 
skinned Ham is used, wrap it loosely _ _ 

in the inside wrapper of glassine 
paper, or in fresh white wrapping 

paper. Place ham on a rack in a pan. Do not add water 
and do not cover pan Place in a slow oven (325° F. ). If 
a meat thermometer is used, place the bulb in the center 
of the thickest portion of the ham without touching bone 
and roast to an internal tempeiature of 150° F 
If the ham is very cold, leave it in the kitchen over night. 
When the ham is at room temperature of about 70° F., the 
baking time will be 

Approximately: 

15 minutes per pound — 12 lbs. or more 
18 minutes per pound — less than 12 lbs. 
22 minutes per pound — for half hams 

remove paper ond skin, score ham, cover with a glaze M cup 

brown sugar and 2 tablespoonfuls flour), dot with cloves. 

Brcwn in a 400° F. oven 15 to 20 minutes. 

Sold at All Leading Markets and Groceries 

SWIFT & COMPANY 

MOULTRIE, GEORGIA 



FURCHGOTT'S 

Famous for Fashions 

The House That Jacksonville Built 



Jacksonville's Most Modern, Most Beautiful Store 



Typewriters 

CHRISTIE HALL BUSINESS MACHINES 
RENTALS and REPAIRS 

Phone 744-W 203 East Park Ave. 

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 



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Heartiest Congratulations to 






the Florida State College for 






Women and to the fine 






group of young women who 






compose its student body 






HAV-A-l'AMPA CIGAR CO. 






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THE SWEET SHOP 

where people meet 
for good things to eat and drink 



Compliments 

"J 

FLASTACOWO 



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FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN 

Faculty 
1944-45 



Name 

Miss Roberta Ackerman 
Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend 
Miss Lelea M. Allen 
Dr. Elizabeth G. Andrews 

Miss Eva May Atwood 
Mrs. Harriet C. Barksdale 
Mrs. Edith Y. Barrus 

Mrs. Liicile G. Bass 

Mrs. Ramona Beard 

Prof. Henry F. Becker 
Dr. Raymond Bellamy 
Miss Florence Bethea 

Mrs. Bernice Oliver Bevis 
Miss Joyce Bevis 



Mrs. Marion W. Black 

Mrs. Margaret W. Blair 
Miss S. Elizabeth Blanding 
Miss Caroline Blue 
Dr. M. Irene Boliek 
Miss Evelyn R. Bowman 
Dr. Beulah B. Briley 

Mrs. Margaret C. Bristol 
Miss Dorothy Brown 

Mrs. Mary H. Buford 
Dr. Margie Burks 
Mrs. Edris L. Butler 

Dr. Doak S. Campbell 
Miss Marg't. V. Campbell 
Miss Ruth F. Campbell 
Dr. Milton W. Carothers 
Mrs, Bonnie J. B. Carter 



Mrs. Margaret E. Casson 
Miss Helen D. Gate 



Position 

Inst, in Mod. Languages 

Inst, in English 

Counselor 

Director of Personnel and 
Placement Bureau 

Assistant Registrar 

Counselor 

District Agent, Home Devi. 
Work 

Inst, in Slio)-thaud & Type- 
writing 

Assoc. Prof, of Organ, 
Piano and Theory 

Prof, of Geography 

Prof, of Sociology 

Asst. Librarian in Charge 
of Periodicals & Binding 

Counselor 

Specialist in Clothing & 
Textiles, Home Dem. 
Wo7-k 

Critic Teacher & Inst, in 
Education 

Inst, in English 

Inst, in English 

Asst. Prof, of Sociology 

Asst. Prof of Zoology 

Asst. Prof, of Speech 

Prof, of Economics & Com- 
merce 

Asst. Prof, of Sociology 

Counselor; Part-time Inst, 
in English 

Assoc. Prof, of Speech 

Professor of Spanish 

Assoc. Prof, of Home Eco- 
nomics 

President 

Inst, in Mod. Languages 

Inst, in Mod. Languages 

Registrar 

Asst. State Supervisor, 
Emergency Farm Labor 
Program, Home Dem. 
Work 

Supervisor of Kindergarten 

Asst. Prof, of Foods & 
Nutrition 



Name 

Miss Martha G. Chapman 
Dr. Dorothy J. Chayes 
Miss Mary H. Claybrooke 
Miss Marjorie M. Clayton 
Miss Marg't. L. Clements 
Miss Vela H. Cleveland 
Miss Lou Cochran 

Dr. Ruth Connor 

Dr. R. S. Cotterill 
Prof. W. R. Cowles 

Mrs. Louise C. Crawford 

Miss Louise Creamer 
Miss Frances G. Crean 
Mrs. Olive H. Cross 
Miss Constance Crowe 
Miss Jo Ann Davis 
Mrs. Mildred H. Davis 
Dr. Mark H. DeGraff 
Dr. Ezda M. Deviney 
Mrs. Lazelle W. Dickens 
Dr. Guy L. Diffenbaugh 

Dr. Dorothy R. Disher 
Dr. W. G. Dodd 

Miss Myrtle E. Dolbee 

Mr. Ralph F. Donaldson 

Dr. Olivia N. Dorman 

Dr. L. L. Dozier 
Miss M. R. Dressier 

Miss Margaret Dunn 
Miss Ruby Dunstan 
Miss Olga Eitner 

Miss Olive G. Engel 
Dr. R. L. Eyman 

Miss Gladys Fawley 
Mrs. Esther Ferguson 



Position 

Asst. Prof, of English 
Physician — Infirmary 
Inst, in Chemistry 
Inst, in Theory & Piano 
Inst, in Physical Education 
Inst, in Physiology 
Critic Teacher & Inst, in 

Educatioyi 
Prof, of Home Economics & 

Child Development 
Prof, of History 
Prof, of Theory & Director 

of Orchestra 
Counselor; Part-time Inst. 

in Sociology 
Counselor 

Inst, in Physical Education 
Inst, in English 
Inst, in English 
Inst, in Commerce 
Inst, in Voice & Piano 
Prof, of Education 
Prof, of Zoology 
hist, in Physical Education 
Dean, College of Arts & 

Sc, Prof, of English 
Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Dean Emeritus, College of 

Arts & Sciences 
Asst. Prof, of Spanish & 

German 
Asst. Prof, of Industrial 

Arts 
Prof, of Classics & Dean of 

Students 
Consultant Physician 
Assistant to Director of 

Personnel 
Inst, in Music 
Inst, in Piano 
Assoc. Prof, of Violin & 

Theory 
Inst, in Chemistry 
Dean, School of Education 

Prof, of Education 
Asst. Prof, of Geography 
Assistant Counselor 



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Nome 

Mi\s. Ruth D. Ferguson 
Miss Mildred Finnegan 
Dr. Paul F. Finner 

Miss Grace I. Fox 
Miss Clare M. Goertz 

Dr. Minerva Gordon 
Dr. R. L. Goulding 

Dr. Viola Graham 

Dr. Susan W. Gray 

Miss Henrietta Greenburg 

Miss A. L. Guentner 
Miss Helen K. Haughton 
Miss Frances F. Haynes 
Dr. C. P. Heinlein 

Miss Mildred F. Henry 
Miss Sarah Herndon 
Mrs. Helen S. Herring 

Dr. M. R. Hinson 

Miss Elizabeth D. Hodges 

Dr. Dorothy L. Hoffman 

Miss Ethyl Holloway 

Miss Virginia Holmes 
Miss Mabel E. Houser 

Dr. Lucretia L. Hsley 

Dr. Marian D. Irish 
Mrs. Ralph Bush 
Mrs. Myrtle R. Johnson 
Miss Marjorie S. Judy 
Mrs. N. D. Kannwischer 
*Mr. J. G. Kellum 
Miss Mary E. Keown 

Miss Ann Kirn 
Miss Gladys 0. Koch 

Mr. Karl 0. Kuersteiner 

Dr. Herman Kurz 
Miss Olga Larson 

Mrs. Marg't L. Lawrence 
Dr. Dorothy M. Leahy 

Miss Lucy Lester 
Mrs. William F. Lester 
Dr. L. J. Lewis 
Dr. Anna Forbes Liddell 



Position 

Inst, ill Home Eeovomics 
Asst. Prof, of Freneh 
Prof, of P.^i/ehology & Dir. 
Psy. Lahoratorij 

Inst, in Phijsieal Edueation 

Critie Teaeher & Inst, in 
Ed neat ion 

Asst. Phijsieian, Infirmary 
Snpt. of Dem. School & 

Prof, of Education 
Prof, of Physiology 
Asst. Prof, of Psychology 

Part-time Inst, in Physical 
Education 

Inst, in Commerce 

Prof, of Art 

Reference Librarian 

Prof, of Experimental Psy- 
chology 

Asst. Prof, of English 

Asst. Prof, of English 

Inst, in Hist. & Social 
Studies 

Prof, of Education & JDir. 
of Graduate Division 

Acting Assoc. Prof, of Li- 
brary Science 

Assoc. Prof, of Spanish & 
French 

Dist. Agent — Home Dem. 
Work 

Inst. In Piano 
Critic Teacher & Inst, in 
Education 

Assoc. Prof, of Political 
Science 

Prof, of Political Science 

Asst. Inst, in Portiigese 

Inst, in Art 

Inst, in Mod. Languages 

Asst. Inst, in Spanish 

Business Manager 

State Agent, Home Dem. 
Work 

Inst, in Art 

Asst. Prof, of Voice & 
Solfeggio 

Actifig Dean, School of 
Music 

Professor of Botany 

Assoc. Prof, of Mathe- 
matics 

Inst, in Eyiglish 
Prof, of Home Ec. Ed. & 
Hd. Teacher Tr. in H. Ec. 
Professor of French 
Chaperon, Alpha Xi Delta 
Prof, of Chemistry 
Prof, of Philosophy 



Name 
Miss E. Elizabeth Lynn 

Miss Grace C. Madsen 
Miss Louise H. Manley 
Miss Dorothea E. Marsh 
Miss Edita Mas-Lopez 
Mrs. Margaret T. Mattice 
Miss Edith McCollum 
Miss Ruby McDavid 

Miss Edna Mae Mcintosh 

Miss Isabel McKinnell 
Miss Mary Jane Medlin 

Miss Gertrude P. Meek 
Mrs. Mary M. Meginniss 
Mrs. Lorraine Mensing 
Mrs. Lou E. W. Miller 
Dr. Robert D. Miller 

Dr. K. W. Montgomery 

Dr. R. C. Moon 

Dr. Coyle E. Moore 

Miss Virginia P. Moore 

Miss Ellen Fenton Murray 
Mrs. Ann C. Nicholson 

Miss Ella S. Opperman 
Miss Caroline J. Pace 
Miss Caliope Papatsos 
Miss Daisy Parker 
Miss Edna Parker 
Miss Zadie L. Phipps 

Miss Anne F. Pope 

Dr. Annie M. T. Popper 
Dr. Nita K. Pyburn 
Mrs. Doris G. Quarrier 
Miss Mary E. Reeder 

Miss Cynthia M. Reeves 
Dr. Harold F. Richards 
Miss Louise Richardson 

Miss Helen L. Richey 
Miss Mary Luella Richey 
Miss Etta L. Robei'tson 

Miss Rebecca Rodenburg 
Dr, Carmen Rogers 
Migs Helen Rogers 



Position 

Asst. Prof, of Physics & 
Counselor to Senior Hall 

Inst, in Botany 

Inst, in Commerce 

hist, in Physics 

Inst, in Spanish 

Inst, in Economics 

Director of Residence 

District Agent, Home Dem. 
Work 

Asst. Prof, of Foods & 

Nutrition 
Asst. Prof, of Chemistry 
Inst, in Physical Education, 

Dem. School 
Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Inst, in Voice 
Science Critic Teacher 
hist, in Eyiglish 
Assoc. Prof, of Philisophy 

& Religion 

Director of Physical Edu- 
cation 

Director of Curriculum 
Lab., Dept. of Education 

Prof, of Sociology & Direc- 
tor of Social Work 

Ext. Specialist in Home 
Imp., Home Dem. Work 

Inst, in History 

Critic Teacher & Inst, in 

Education 
Dean Emeritus 
Inst, in English 
Inst, in Physical Education 
Inst, in Political Science 
Critic Teacher, Dem. School 
Asst. Prof, of Public School 

Music 

Part-time Inst. Physical 

Ed., Counselor, & Head 

Counselor of Freshmen 

Assoc. Prof, of History 

Assoc. Prof, of Education 

Critic Teacher, Dem. School 

Inst, in Piano & Piano 

Methods 
Critic Teacher, Dem. School 
Prof, of Physics 

Librarian & Prof, of Li- 
brary Science 

Int. in Textiles & Clothing 

Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 

Prof, of Voice & Director 
of Glee Club 

Inst, in Piano 

Assoc. Prof, of English 

Inst, in Public School Mu- 
sic 



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Name 
Miss Margaret S. Rogers 

Dr. W. H. Rogers 

Dr. Margaret R. Sandels 

Mrs. C. B. Scarborough 
Dr. Ruth O. Schornherst 
Mrs. Lucile A. Schultz 

Miss Celia Segerman 
Dr. A. R. Seymour 
Dr. P. W. Shankweiler 
Miss Fannie B. Shaw 

Mr. R. K. Shaw 

Miss Pearle G. Shepard 

Dr. Venila L. Shores 
Miss Anna M. Sikes 
Mrs. Dora S. Skipper 
Prof. E. R. Smith 
Miss Margaret H. Smith 
Miss Margaret M. Smith 
Miss Ruth F. Smith 
Miss Eulah Mae Snider 

Miss Margaret Stanion 
Mrs. Beverly B. Stevens 
Dr. Hazel A. Stevenson 
Mrs. Cecils Strong 

Mr. Frank Sykora 

Miss Mabel J. Thacher 
Miss Lyrette Thompson 
Miss S. Elizabeth Thomson 



Position 

Head Comiselor of Upper'- 

classmen, & Counselor 
Prof, of English 

Dean, School of Home Eco- 
nomics, Prof, of Niitr. 

Inst, in Psychology 
Asst. Prof, of Botany 
Inst, in Home Ec; Resident 

Supv. Home Mgmt. H. 
Counselor 

Prof, of Mod. Languages 
Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 

Assoc. Prof, of Health Edu- 
cation & Hygiene 

Business Manager 

Inst, in English & Journal- 
ism 

Prof, of History 

Extension Nutritionist 

Asst. Prof, of Education 

Professor Emeritus 

Asst. Prof, of Geography 

Critic Teacher, Dem. School 

Critic Teacher, Dem. School 

Acting Assoc. Prof, of Li- 
brary Science 

Inst, in Physical Education 

Counselor 

Prof, of English 

Inst, in Public School Music 
& Critic Teacher 

Assoc. Prof, of Cello & 
other Orchestral Instru. 

Inst, in Bacteriology 

Inst. in. Classics 

Inst. in. Speech 



Name 
Miss Isabel le Thursby 

Dr. Jennie Tilt 

Miss Anna M. Tracy 

Miss Florence R. Tryon 
Miss Lucile Turner 
Mrs. Melanie S. Turner 
Mr. Earl L. Vance 

Miss Ina Van Stan 
Miss Marian Vories 
Dr. T. L. Wade, Jr. 
Miss Lucile Wagner 
Mrs. Adelaide S. Ware 
Mrs. Ray M. Warner 
Miss M. Katherine Warren 
Dr. H. L. Waskom 
Miss Edith W. West 
Dr. Sarah Parker White 

Miss Emily P. Wilburn 

Miss Eleanor Wilkinson 
Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams 
Mrs. Nina Mae Williams 

Miss Sallie Williams 
Mrs. Martha L. Willson 
Miss Mary E. Winslow 
Miss Ellen Wright 
Miss Rosalie Wright 
Miss L. Margaret Wyly 
Dr. Myra L. Yancey 
Miss Annie L. Yates 
Miss Sadie G. Young 



Position 

Ext. Economist in Food 

Consv., Home Dem. Work 
P r f . of Physiological 

Chemistry & Nutrition 
Head Dietitian, Prof, of 
Inst. Economics 
Inst, in History 
Cataloguer in Library 
Assistant Counselor' 
Assoc. Prof of English & 

Journalism 
Prof, of Textiles & Clothing 
Critic Teacher, Dem. School 
Prof, of Mathematics 
Asst. Prof, of Piano 
Counselor 
Counselor 

Asst. Dean of Students 
Prof, of Psychology 
Assoc. Prof, of Classics 
Orthopedic Physician & 

Prof, of Hygiene 
Assoc. Prof, of Industrial 

Arts 
Critic Teacher, Dem. School 
Professor of Art 

Asst. Prof, of Home Eco- 
nomics 

Inst, in Industrial Arts 

Critic TeacJier, Dem. School 

Asst. Prof, of Piano 

Inst, in Clothing & Textiles 

Critic Teacher, Dem. School 

Inst, in Speech 

Assoc. Prof, of Education 

Assistant Librarian 

Assoc. Prof, of Economics 



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HOME TOWNS OF SENIORS 



Adams, Shelley Clayton (Mrs.) 
Aiken, Patricia Mildred 
Alfriend, Julia Bethel 
Alvarez, Thelma 
Ames, Betty Claire 
Anderson, Elta Faye 
Arthur, Marguerite Estelle 
Aughenbaugh, Betty Ruth 
Ayrault, Evelyn West 
Bacheler, Mary Alice 
Bail, Rachael Elizabeth 
Bailey, Carolyn Juanita 
Bailey, Pauline Simone 
Barclay, Cordelia Elizabeth 
Barnes, Catherine S. 
Bartlett, Ann Kathleen 
Beall, Betty Ruth 
Beck, Muriel Agnes 
Bennett, Charlotte Anne 
Benson, Lenore Clara 
Berry, Evelyn Marian 
Bess, Barbara Ann 
Bishop Martha Jean 
Blackburn, Frances Jean 
Boardman, Grace Dorothy (Dot) 
Boliek, Dorothy Rebecca 
Booth, Mary Helen 
Boyles, Eleanor Kristine 
Boynton, Bettie Lou 
Bradberry, Lou Rita (Mrs.) 
Bradfield, Annabel Sloat 
Brinson, Frances Owens 
Brown, Bertha Elizabeth 
Brown, Lorine Keller (Renee) 
Brubaker, Charlotte Marie 
Bruns, Jane Douglas 
Bryant, Nell Idalene 
Burnett, Betty Alma 
Buttram, Catherine Huber 
Byrom, Julia Nell 
Callison, Sarah Randle 
Cameron, Ruth May 
Cannon, Mary Anna 
Caro, Lela Mary 
Carr, Mary Shelley 
Carroll, Jo Ann 
Cassels, Elizabeth Coleman 
Caswell, Dorothy Helen 
Chalker, Alma 
Chamberlain, Doris Madge 
Chambers, Alice Snyder (Mrs.) 
Chazal, Betty Brooks 



Quincy 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Sarasota 

Leesburg 

Williston 

Miami 

Dade City 

Carlsbad, Calif. 

Columbus, Ga. 

Arcadia 

Clermont 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Dade City 

West Palm Beach 

Bradenton 

Winter Garden 

Ellenton 

Boynton Beach 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Gainesville 

West Palm Beach 

Orlando 

Tallahassee 

Chicago, ni. 

Live Oak 

Havana, Cuba 

Gainesville 

McCrae, Ga. 

Cocoa 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 

St. Augustine 

Tallahassee 

Lakeland 

Gainesville 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Milton 

Winter Haven 

Bradenton 

Tallahassee 

Pensacola 

Monticello 

Tampa 

Plant City 

Alachua 

Darlington 

Tangerine 

Tallahassee 

Ocala 



Chester, Betty Rimes 
Christian, Elizabeth Louise 
Clavel, Gloria Carlton 
Clopton, Mary Frances 
Coleman, Bessie Day Fountain 

(Mrs.) 
Collins, Edith R. 
Colton, Mary Elizabeth 
Cone, Lou E. 
Corry, Jean Constance 
Costner, Mary Jane 
Crawford, Mildred 
Cutrer, Thelma Isabel! 
Daniel, Alta Louise 
Davis, Anne Hays 
Dewey, Ann Florence 
Diffenbaugh, Thelma Corpening 

(Mrs.) 
Doudney, Erma Lucille 
Draughen, Linnie Lee 
Dubus, Gloria Ouida 
Durden, Jessie Millen 
Earnest, Grace Elvira 
Eberhardt, Clara Elizabeth 
Edwards, Maxine 
Ellis, Elizabeth Moore 
Fain, Grace 

Fain, Martha Louise (Angel) 
Falconer, Nora Kathleen 
Farrier, Frances Catherine 
Faver, Blanche 
Fernandez, Margaret Louise 
Fernandez, Mary Louise 
Fields, Ethel Josephine 
Fisher, Francine Eleanore 
Fletcher, Helen Mazie 
Florrid, Elva Mary 
Fordham, Florence Lola 
Forehand, Carolyn Mae 
Fountain, Aline (Mickey) 
Fox, Betty Jane 
Fridy, Ida Margaret 
Friedman, Margaret Louise 
Fuller, Margaret Olga 
Futch, Katherine Elizabeth 
Gaines, Anne Pendleton 
Galloway Olive Voleria 
Ganey, Mary Lilla 
Gibson, Juanita M. 
Gillette, Priscilla Hardesty 
Glover, Helen Stewart 
Goff, Marjorie Vonceal 



High Springs 

Mcintosh 

Wauchula 

Pensacola 

Lakeland 

Tallahassee 

City Point 

Jacksonville 

Quincy 

Auburndale 

Ft. Pierce 

Foley 

Brooksville 

Mt. Pleasant 

Miami 

Starke 

Sanford 

Ft. Myers 

Pensacola 

Sanford 

Pensacola 

Plant City 

Dunedin 

Chaires 

Tallahassee 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville Beach 

Wallace, N. C. 

Miami 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Demoplis, Ala. 

Worthington Springs 

Greensboro 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Tallahassee 

Ft. Myers 

Jacksonville 

Tampa 

Reddick 

Daytona Beach 

Tifton, Ga. 

Dade City 

Stuart 

Lakeland 

Bradenton 

Miami 

West Palm Beach 

Orlando 

Pinemount 



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Gresham, Dorothy Myrle 
Gullette, Jeanne 
Hadsell, June Constance 
Halpern, Geraldine Claire 
Harriman, Bettie Jane 
Haston, Nancy Carolyn 
Hawkins, Edith Bell 
Headley, Lillian Doris 
Hecht, Mary 
Henderson, Ruth D. Boyd 

(Mrs.) 
Hendricks, Lillian Louise 
Hines, Frances Louise 
Hirleman Sarah Anne 
Holbrock, Anne Frances 
Holland, Elizabeth Jeannette 

Logan (Mrs.) 
Holmes, Virginia Adele 
Hosford, Elienne Valentine 
Howard, Mary Patricia 
Hoxie, Onalee E. 
Hoyt, Betty Ann 
Hubbell, Rosemary 
Jackson, Martha Anne 
Jamison, Reberta Jean 
Jardim, Clara Maria 
Jelks, Mary Peacock 
Jensen, Edna Eloise 
Jinks, Dorothy Sue 
Johnson, Ethel Christine 
Johnson, Irene 
Joiner, Eugenia Theresa 
Jones, Reba L 
Kacinski, Betty Jo 
Karns, Ruby Inez 
Kemp, Marianne Peschell 
Kemp, Rubye Evelyn 
Kendall, Hilah Jeanne 
Kinner, Virginia Ruth 
Kindig, Bonnie Lue 
Knapp, Jeanne Claire 
Knight, Edith (DeDee) 
Lambeth, Marion Ann 
Lancaster, Dorothy 
Lauter, Wilma Baskin 
Lawson, Martha Teeter (Mrs.) 
Leech, Jeanne 
Leonard, Roberta M. 
Levy, Eloise Goulding (Mrs.) 
Lewis, Betty Douglas 
Lewis, Jean Joan 
Limbaugh, Ethel Fay 
Lincoln, Alice Garcelon 
Lindsey, Kathryn Geneva 
Long, Merrill Cross 
Longcrier, Ruth Adele 
Loomis, Margery Ann 
Lottich, Elizabeth Jane 
Lovitz, Clara 



St. Marks 

Pensacola 

Lamount 

Palm Beach 

Tampa 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 

Punta Gorda 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 
Alachua 

Waynesboro, Ga. 
Panama City 
Tallahassee 

Mahopic, N. Y. 

Miami 

Tampa 

Cocoa 

Tallahassee 

Cora Gables 

Dade City 

Tarpon Springs 

Irwin, Penn. 

Delray Beach 

Ft. Pierce 

Panama City 

Pensacola 

Miami 

Reynolds, Ga. 

Sylacauga, Ala. 

Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Auburndale 

Wilkes-Barre, Penn. 

Palmetto 

Chrisman, Illinois 

Miami 

Fernandina 

Tallahassee 

Tampa 

Lakeland 

Daytona Beach 

Tallahassee 

Winter Haven 

Live Oak 

St. Petersburg 

Tallahassee 

Tallahassee 

Lakeland 

Williston 

Limona 

Alachua 

Miami Beach 

Jacksonville 

Miami 

Altoona 

Jacksonville 



Lyman, Katherine Elizabeth 
Mahoney, Eleanor Elder 
Malakoff, Lenore Florence 

(Lee) ^ 
Maniaci, ^Josephine 
Mann, Sarah Elizabeth 
Maples, Laura Alden 
Matherly, Eleanor Putnam 
Mays, Julia Frances 
Megran, Grace Campbell 
Mendenhall, Mary Lucy 
Messina, Rose C. 
Miles, Persis 
Miller, Margaret Rose 
Mills, Frances "Rosa 
Mitchell, Bessie Edith 
Moore, Audrey Opal 
Moore, Rosalie Esther 
Morgan, Elizabeth Lois 
Morgan, Mai'garet 
Morris, Marjorie Marcella 
Morse, Mary Frances 
Musgrove, Lillian Maedell 
Myers, Marie 
McAnally, Mary F. 
McCallum, Betty Love 
McCann, Mary Elizabeth 
McCarthy, Minna Lee 
McColpin, Audrey Cecelia 
McCormack, Mary Elizabeth 
McCorquodale, Mary Emma 
McCullough, Jean R. 
McFarland, Elizabeth Meldrim 
McGarry, Frances Marian 
McLaurin, Julia Gardner 
McMullen, Marjorie Lucille 
McRory, Mary Oakley 
Neel, Betty Jean 
Newman, Louise Wetzel 
Nicholson, Doris Elizabeth 
Noxtine, Gertrude Alice 
Obee, Jean 
Ogden, Sylvia Agnes 
Oliver, Helen Elaine 
Orleman, Nancy 
Owen, Margaret Elizabeth 
Oxford, Margie Sue 
Page, Elizabeth Carlisle 

(Betty) 
Pancoast, Janet Claire 
Parker, Eleanor Mary 
Parker, Nancy 
Parrish, Lucille 
Partin, Velna Jacqueline 
Patterson, Jeanne Annette 
Pattishall, Myra Marie 
Pavese, Marie Theresa 
Peacock, Anabel 
Pease, Marjorie Mae 



Melbourne 
Jacksonville 

Miami 

Tampa 

Palatka 

Bowling Green 

Gainesville 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Tiampa 

DeFuniak Springs 

Orlando 

Orlando 

Jasper 

Tallahassee 

Hobe Sound 

Miami 

Daytona Beach 

Miami 

Plant City 

Altha 

Eustis 

Crawfordville 

Chipley 

Tallahassee 

Okeechobee 

Plant City 

Jacksonville 

Sunnyside 

Indiana, Pa. 

S. Jacksonville 

Coral Gables 

Gainesville 

Clearwater 

Tallahassee 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Havana 

Palm Harbor 

West Palm Beach 

Hialeah 

Baldwin 

Miami 

Tampa 

Lakeland 

Ft. Myers 

Miami 

Pensacola 

Tallahassee 

Branford 

Boynton Beach 

Lake Wales 

Jacksonville 

Ft. Myers 

Williston 

Jacksonville 



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Pemble, Marguerite Joyce 
Penton, Mary E. 
Perez, Delia M. 
Perry, Betty Carter 
Petrie, Adrienne 
Phillips, Jean Pierce 
Philyaw, Marjorie 
Pinholster, Mary Nell 
Pitts, Sarah Jane 
Piatt, Margie Opal 
Platts, Ruth B. (Mrs.) 
Pope, Gertrude Choate 
Putzer, Irene 
Reams, Mary Elizabeth 
Reichert, Mary Louise 
Reynolds, Hazel Winifred 
Riggins, Mary Conrad 
Rish, Fannie Marguerite 
Ritter, Anne Elizabeth 
Roberts, Margaret Eaton 
Robinson, Margaret Eileen 
Rogers, Isabel Wood 
Ross, Bryna Ann (Bernice) 
Rubin, Shirley Ruth 
Sandusky, Anita 
Sanford, Betty Louise 
Sapp, Cleo Anne 
Satterwhite, Joyce Lee 
Scott, Bernice Vivian 
Setzer, Bessie 
Sewell, Gayle 
Shepherd, Joy Calvert 
Sherman, Caroline M. C. A. 
Shingler, Adele Antoinette 
Shumaker, Deborah Stansbury 

(Mrs.) 
Shuman, Gloria Marie 
Simpson, Louise Sproull 
Sims, Mary Jane 
Sisk, Dorothy Ann (Dolly) 
Sistrunk, Joanna Ruby 
Skinner, Mamie Clyde Piland 

(Mrs.) 
Smith, Margaret Louise 
Sparkman, Marjorie Frances 
Stevenson, Emma Louise 
Stewart, Sarah Emily 



Leesburg 

Marianna 

Tampa 

Gainesville 

Staten Island, N. Y. 

Tallahassee 

Port St. Joe 

Ormond 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 

Pompano 

West Palm Beach 

Miami 

Greenville 

Monticello 

Tallahassee 

Lakeland 

Wewahitchka 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach 

West Palm Beach 

Tallahassee 

St. Augustine 

Jacksonville 

Marianna 

Tampa 

Jacksonville 

Sebring 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Starke 

Palm Beach 

Babson Park 

Lake City 

St. Petersburg 

Dunnellon 
Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Morriston 

Tallahassee 

Tampa 
Dade City 
Miami 
Ft. Myers 



Stillwell, Olive Ellen 
Stout, Margaret Burrage 
Stull, Sarah Belle 
Sullenberger, Mary Douglas 
Taylor, Sanna Jane 
Ten Eyck, Jacquelin 
Terry, Johnnie Louise H. (Mrs.) 
Thomas, Johnnie Rosetta 
Thompson, Anita Harriet 
Thorp, Mary Louise 
Thrasher, Rosemary 
Tisdale, Elizabeth Anne 
Tobias, Dorothy Jean 
Toms, Mina LaVerne 
Towne, Mary Jane 
Trawick, Fawn Grey 
Trieste, Ida Alieze 
Troop, Elizabeth Catherine 
Updike, Virginia Conner 
Van Fleet, Sue Medora 
Vaughan, Jean Marie 
Vazquez, Carmen 
Vickery, Elizabeth Janice 
Vinson Fransetta Adele 
Walker, Mary Elizabeth 
Waller, Mary Ann 
Ward, Lucy Lee 
Washbon, Diana Lee 
Watkins, Mary Anna 
Wells, Doris Lyons 
Westmoreland, Adeline (Mrs.) 
Wheelock, Barbara Elaine 
Whigham, Frances Elizabeth 
Williams, Mildred Ann 
Willis, Helen Marie 
Wilson, Margaret Mitchell 
Wilson, Rita L. Gilleylen (Mrs.) 
Withers, Mary Loe 
Witt, Alice Elizabeth 
Wittenstein, Norma Helen 
Woodward, Mary Emily 
Wool, Sibyl Averett 
Worrill, Elizabeth Jane 
Yongue, Frances Joyce 
Yothers, Jean Curtis 
Young, Lula Janet 



Miami 

St. Petersburg 

Bradford 

Tallahassee 

Tallahassee 

Jacksonville 

Malone 

Roanoke, La. 

Daytona Beach 

Auburndale 

Ocala 

Gainesville 

Chipley 

Hialeah 

Jacksonville 

Tallahassee 

Tampa 

Haworth 

Lake Wales 

Auburndale 

Orlando 

Tampa 

Jasper 

Miami 

Perry 

Tallahassee 

Sarasota 

Jacksonville 

Fort Myers 

West Palm Beach 

Callahan 

Miami 

Sanford 

Pompano 

Ft. Pierce 

Pensacola 

Tallahassee 

Miami 

Lake City 

Orlando 

Tallahassee 

Miami 

Leesburg 

Reddick 

Orlando 

Ocala 



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APPRECIATION 



The 1945 Flastacowo is the fourth F. S. C. W. yearbook to be published 
during World War II. And to those who have made The '45 Flastacowo possible 
I would like to express my appreciation. 

My staff has worked hard and under difficulties you all know about, 
foremost among them being a camera which continually needed repair, and 
a definite shortage of film and flash bulbs. 

To our faculty advisors we owe many thanks. Miss West has again proved 
how invaluable she is to an annual staff. Miss Williams, our art advisor, was 
for several years a member of the faculty committee, and we were indeed 
fortunate to have her services available to us again this year. Miss Finnegan, 
a new member of the advisory committee, has proved a worthy stand-by. 

The S. K. Smith Cover Company, despite a full schedule, have m.ade our 
covers for us. We appreciate their good work. 

Mr. Respess and all his employees exerted themselves to get our copy 
finished as soon as possible. 

All the staff at Rose Printing Company have helped us out. Particularly 
to Mr. Rosenberg, Mr. Block, and Mrs. Coker are we indebted. 

Mr. and Mrs. Adams at their new "Campus Studio" worked long hours to 
get the 2,000 class pictures taken. Their son, Sam Adams, who has been a 
mainstay of annual staffs for years past, is now serving in the U. S. Navy. 
We missed him. 

Miss Lynn of the Physics Department was always willing to work with 
our staff photographers. Miss Bertha Bloodworth of the Publicity Office let 
us use her camera, borrow her flood lights, and when we were definitely 
worried about a "no-film situation" let us borrow several film-packs from her 
small supply until our order was filled. 

Not to be overlooked in my expression of appreciation are the "draftees", 
friends of staff members who worked with us when all the help we could get 
was gratefully accepted. And to all of you who cooperated with us in gathering 
time and and again for group pictures to be taken, our thanks. 

Finally, I would like to say a personal thank you to each of you who gave 
me the opportunity to record for you a year's fun and work at our college, 
Florida State College for Women. To my successor, Margaret Baugh, I wish 
good luck. 

CLEO SAPP 
Editor-in-chief 
1945 Flastacowo 



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